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4 common myths about using an adviser

How to manage your finances is a deeply personal decision and many Australians want more information about the best way for them. But when it comes to seeking financial advice many of us don’t know what a financial adviser actually does and how and what they can help with. So let’s look at the most [...]

2017-01-16T09:48:24+10:00May 15th, 2015|Financial Planning|Comments Off on 4 common myths about using an adviser

Life insurance through the ages

Whoever said, ‘the more things change the more they stay the same’, was dead wrong when it comes to life insurance. While protection against adversity is always wise, your actual needs change as you move through different ages and stages of life. From when you take your first job and go out into the world, [...]

2017-01-16T09:48:25+10:00May 14th, 2013|Financial Planning, Insurance|1 Comment

Countdown to June 30

The countdown to the end of the financial year may not create the same excitement as the approach of New Year’s Eve, but it does have one saving grace. With a little bit of planning before June 30 you could end up with a welcome financial pick-me-up after the Christmas-New Year spending spree. The general [...]

2017-01-16T09:48:27+10:00July 31st, 2012|Financial Planning, Investment/Market, Superannuation|Comments Off on Countdown to June 30

Property prices and first home buyers

We’re knee-deep in 2015, but changes that have occurred this year already may trail for another 30 years for those looking to enter the property market. The favourable conditions are largely due to the cash rate falling after an 18-month slumber in February, and again in May to 2.0 per cent. While this has brought [...]

2017-01-16T09:48:28+10:00July 31st, 2012|Financial Planning, Mortgage Broking|Comments Off on Property prices and first home buyers

Sacrifice your salary

Why salary sacrifice? Well, because it’s a way of enjoying great savings by paying less tax. Want to know how it works? Read on… Why it pays to do it Salary sacrificing, also called salary packaging, is an agreement you make with your employer to forgo some of the wages you haven’t earned yet in [...]

2017-01-16T09:48:29+10:00July 31st, 2012|Financial Planning, Superannuation|Comments Off on Sacrifice your salary
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