There’s an app for that
There’s an app for that
Apps can help us manage certain aspects of our lives, tap into things that are of interest to us, or keep track of different goals. But what about helping you track and measure your financial goals? Well, of course, there’s an app for that too.
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Seeking professional financial advice
Seeking professional financial advice
Seeking financial advice can turn your life around and put you on a path to a happier and more secure financial future. But where do you start?
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Helping your children, financially speaking
Helping your children, financially speaking
What are the options available to financially help your children, and teach them how to take control of their financial future once it is time for you to step out of the equation, and them to step up?
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Do you have more than one super account?
Do you have more than one super account?
There is about $13.8bn lost or unclaimed super in accounts across Australia as at 30 June 2020. Is some of that yours?
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Understanding aged care terminology
Understanding aged care terminology
If you or a family member are nearing the time that an aged care plan is required, it can help to talk to a Financial Adviser who understands this complex advice area and can answer any questions you have.
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5 ways to stick to your financial resolutions
5 ways to stick to your financial resolutions
It’s that other time of year when we set new goals or dust off old ones. But how can we boost our chances of sticking to our financial resolution? Here are some practical tips.
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Navigating your way through a redundancy
Navigating your way through a redundancy
A redundancy may be beneficial if you’re ready to retire but stressful if you need to find a new job in a challenging economic environment. Some employers may be able to offer flexible payment arrangements on termination to facilitate a better tax outcome.
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Investing for Income
Investing for Income
The search for income is a major driver for many Australian investors, particularly those who have retired and/or who are running a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund. As official interest rates have slipped over the last decade from 7.25% to a record low of 0.75%, it has become more difficult to generate income. Here is a snapshot […]
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EoFY Super Contributions
EoFY Super Contributions
Don’t leave your contributions to the last minute This is particularly important if you plan to claim a tax deduction for any of your contributions. Contributions are included in a financial year if they are received in your fund’s bank account by 30 June. With 30 June falling on a Sunday this year, it would […]
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