How you can be worse off after receiving an inheritance – and how to avoid it

This article is written by Andrew Dubar and is originally published by Apt Wealth, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can view the original article here. Many Australians receive a significant inheritance from loved ones at some point in their lives, but it seems now many are banking on it. Figures show about 29 per cent … Continue reading How you can be worse off after receiving an inheritance – and how to avoid it

Mind the gap: why women are said to retire with $200k less than men

This article is written by Suzanne Johnston and is originally published by Apt Wealth, a Career Money Life Certified Supplier. You can view the original article here. Gender inequality and gender issues are deservedly hot topics in the media right now, particularly in relation to equal pay. But one issue that gets very little attention, yet … Continue reading Mind the gap: why women are said to retire with $200k less than men

Here’s How To Help Working Parents Better Manage Stress

Stress. It’s one of the leading causes of reduced productivity, workplace burnout and ultimately turnover. And any of us who are parents (or know people that are!) understand that combining work with parenthood can increase stress monumentally! Despite this, research shows that only 13.2% of employers have strategies in place to help their employees get … Continue reading Here’s How To Help Working Parents Better Manage Stress

36 Interview Questions That Are Actually Fun To Answer

This article is written by Heather Finn and is originally published by Levo. Job interviews are exciting and anxiety-inducing at the very same time: Landing one means you’ve made it past the initial application stage and into the more exclusive “yes” pile, but it also means preparing for those all-too-familiar questions about your strengths, your … Continue reading 36 Interview Questions That Are Actually Fun To Answer

What is the difference between nightmares and night terrors? How to know and what to do.

This article was originally written by Harriet Hiscock, Principal Fellow, Department of Paediatrics, The University of Melbourne, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute and has been published from The Conversation with full permission. Two of the most common causes of night waking in children are night terrors and nightmares. Parents often get them confused but they are different, as is how they should be managed. … Continue reading What is the difference between nightmares and night terrors? How to know and what to do.