We have included below a number of website links you may find useful in understanding more about money, investments, superannuation, insurance and other related matters.
The Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is an independent government body that enforces and administers Corporations Law and consumer protection law for investments, life and general insurance, superannuation and banking (except lending) throughout Australia.
The Australian Prudential Regulatory Authority is the prudential regulator of banks, credit unions, building societies, insurance companies, friendly societies and superannuation funds.
The Australian Financial Review.
The Australian Taxation Office.
The Motley Fool site is a website that gives an unbiased view on the world of investments and how to invest wisely. While it is an American site, the principles work just the same in Australia.
Bloomberg is a site that can be used for tracking information about world financial and investment events and investment markets.
RefDesk is a single source compendium of news, information, facts and help. A quick reference to most things on the net, with an easy-to-use interface.
This is a US site focussed on US markets, such as the New York NASDAQ, and Stock Exchanges.
The Economist magazine has been around for over 100 years. Only some of the articles are available over the web unless you subscribe.
SuperSeeker is a tool that will look for your lost superannuation in real time and instantly provide you with possible matches.