September 17, 2014 | 11:32 PM

What a Scottish 'yes' vote would mean for Australian markets

A "yes" vote to Scottish independence on September 18 would mean a great many things for Scotland


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Top 5 Ways To Save Water At HomeThe typical American family uses about 400 gallons of water every day.

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Seven things keeping house prices high (and foreign investment isn't one of them)Tha value of Australia's residential houses has increased dramatically in the past two years

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Go ahead, ignore your super, but let's debate default fundsThe fundamental problem is that it is very hard to give good financial advice.

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BRICS keep supporting Russia in bid to rebalance world powerBRICS are maintaining tacit support for Moscow despite the Ukraine crisis

Bitcoin ruling still doesn't answer which country has the right to tax
Nine and Fairfax Media streaming towards a full tango?
The Abbott economy at one: open for business, closed to real reform
Developing nations need more than words from G20 tax reform

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The super rich and tax: lifters or leaners?A recent report from think tank Per Capita highlighted increasing concern over inequality in Australia's taxation system

It's Never Been Easier To Build This Little-Known Type Of Wealth
A Checklist For Super Productivity.
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To close the gender pay gap we need to end pay secrecyWomen in full-time work take home A$283.20 per week less than their male counterparts

Hiring today, for tomorrow: the risks of hiring people who 'fit'
Before you judge personality tests, consider what they don't judge
It's personal: why leaders don't turn climate knowledge into action
Unemployed or lazy? Economists know better

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Why 'free' will eventually cost youRemember the days when free really was free?

Three ways to feel less guilty about frequent flying
How to cheat on personality tests, and other pseudosciences
Abbott in India: the Asian Century won't be all about China
Economic outlook in Australia remains murky
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To Succeed In Innovation, Avoid ExtremesWhen Scott Anthony talks about innovation people listen.

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