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Are loans guaranteed by parents adding unnecessary risk to the market? Julien Tromeur/Shutterstock

The problems with relying on the bank of mum and dad

First home buyers looking to break into the housing market are turning to their parents, but it's not a risk-free proposition for either party.
The Financial System Inquiry has suggested allowing more Australians to tap the equity in their home would boost the efficiency of Australia’s financial system. Image from

Ageing population calls for more reverse mortgages

Reverse mortgages are a way to release the equity in a home, which is an important component of wealth for many Australians. Such mortgages have been proposed by the Financial System Inquiry as a way to…
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What you need to know about peer-to-peer lending

Peer-to-peer (P2P) has the potential to challenge the dominance of traditional financial institutions like banks, but involves new risks for both lenders and borrowers.

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