August 28, 2014 | 09:03 PM

Bitcoin ruling still doesn't answer which country has the right to tax

It's been about five years since bitcoin emerged online


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Debunking the 'cost of children' argumentCost of raising a family in Australia suggest that parents must make hefty financial sacrifices to meet the needs of...

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Protecting Your Financial Accounts from Hackers
How To Bloom Where You're Planted In 2014
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Top 5 Ways To Save Water At HomeThe typical American family uses about 400 gallons of water every day.

6 Spending Styles That Will Help You Save
5 More Incredibly Simple Things You Should Do To Protect Your Privacy
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How much is your debt really costing you?Low monthly payments are easy on the wallet. However, interest and other fees lurk just below the surface.

The Ultimate Resolution For 2012: Kick Debt
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Millions of households are missing out on good financial planningThe wealth profile of Australian households has changed phenomenally over the past 25 years

To tackle risk, address how mortgage brokers are paid
Memo to the IMF: there is no housing bubble
6 Ways Renting Beats Buying
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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.

Superannuation: make income the outcome
Turning super into income: inquiry opens retirement funding debate
If we are to work to 70, we need to rethink work
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Nine and Fairfax Media streaming towards a full tango?Malcolm Turnbull says media deregulation is off the agenda for now

The Abbott economy at one: open for business, closed to real reform
Developing nations need more than words from G20 tax reform
Weighing the risks for Australia as China rebalances
Why treasurers should go back to economics school

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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.
How I Founded a Top Marketing Technology Startup in Less Than 6 Months
How The Wealthiest Families Make And Lose Their Money

Unemployed or lazy? Economists know betterDifferences in meaning between words in general use and in economics can often provoke bewilderment or hostility.

Employment policy and job creation - some practical solutions
Moving for work: not the panacea the government seeks
Labour productivity has risen - but it's not exactly a good news story
HECS for the unemployed: a finance answer to mining's decline

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Emotions and eating: a marketer's dream?Both research and popular media tell us that emotions and eating are intrinsically related.

Most 'big data' marketing is a waste of time, and here's why
Making the world a better place, one economist at a time
Australia has outsourced migration policy to the private sector
Skilled migration is in trouble, but don't shoot the messenger
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To Succeed In Innovation, Avoid ExtremesWhen Scott Anthony talks about innovation people listen.

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