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04 April 2014 |
Slithershanks think it's time to rush to the aid of Arthur Sinodinis, who is clearly having a little trouble with his memory.
28 March 2014 |
Several reasons why we really like bankers after all.
21 March 2014 |
Some important defintions about life in the financial sector.
05 February 2014 |
The downward trend in graphs of Australia's productivity has a simple solution. Turn the graphs upside down. They will look much better.
13 December 2013 |
Governments could monitor their own surveillance and decide it is against the national interest. Then they could knock on their own doors at 3 a.m. and put themselves in handcuffs, while making sure to ban any press coverage. After all, we must have privacy.
06 December 2013 |
"What does SMSF stand for? Is it: a) Succubus Martes Solipsis Facto, which is Latin for Succubus Martes Solipsis Facto?"
22 November 2013 |
Economists have a great liking for the "R" letter in their economic anarysis. Sorry, analysis. No, on second thoughts, let's go back to anarysis. It seems to have a nicer ring to it.
15 November 2013 |
Some important points of clarification about why not-for-profits are not-for very much at all, and why the Tax Office is skilled at using other people's money to get other people's money.
18 October 2013 |
Some important definitions of words in commun use in the financial sector. Certain to help you jump off that bridge when you come to it, after making sure that the rolling stone is gathering moss after the horse has bolted.
04 October 2013 |
In today's column we examine the art of having two faces in financial and property advice, the mysteries of Dostoyevsky's Crime and Punishment and certain insights into risk management that are only whispered in quiet places amongst consenting fee structures, if at all.
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