Last week I confronted 10 mortgage myths and attempted to set the record straight. I believe informed borrowers make better choices, so here are another 10 mortgage myths we can bust:
Over-the-top colour choices are out and conservative hues are in.
The increase in concessional caps is a good thing for some superannuants.
With interest rates on hold, it's a good idea to look around for higher returns.
An alarming snapshot of the mental health of high school students has found one in three girls and a quarter of boys are depressed, with many turning to violence, alcohol and unwanted sex to cope with problems.
'You know the rules,'' principal Josie Vescio says to a small student in the playground. ''I shouldn't be seeing rubbish in your hands.''
Melbourne driver Emilia Rossi was more than happy to pay more to get her preferred shade of white when buying her new Audi A1 a year ago.
Almost 400 TAFE staff lost their jobs last year because of the O'Farrell government's funding cuts, and the Northern Sydney and Sydney institutes were the worst hit, new data shows.
Qantas shareholders need to fasten their seatbelts - but maybe frequent-flyer members should too.
Australian parents are paying thousands of dollars to store their babies' umbilical cord blood.
Eyesores such as this in the Blacktown City may become a thing of the past.