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COVID-19 Finance Update Webinars

Are you worried about the implications COVID-19 could have on your personal or business loans? Are you looking to refinance to get over this difficult time? In case you missed our webinars on these topics, we have provided you with the recordings. …

When was your last financial review?

The months seem to fly past in a blink of an eye and although it feels like we were celebrating Christmas just a few months ago, it’s looming on the horizon again – another year gone! Almost every year we see changes to our superannuation…
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The property versus shares debate

In times of boom and bust, it’s hard to have a rational discussion about different assets. Opinions tend to move to the extremes. We hear statements such as “shares are too risky but you can’t lose with property” or “the property…
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Six tips to get ahead in the new financial year

The start of a new financial year might not set your cork popping like New Year’s does. But the financial resolutions you make with a clear head in July are far more likely to create a champagne future. So let’s #GetMoving with some smart…
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A different “End of Financial Year Sale”

As June 30 fast approaches, there is still time to consider the strategies available to you this financial year to build your wealth, some of which are discussed below. Paying interest in advance Borrowing to invest is a tax-effective…
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Laws on bankruptcy changed temporarily to help cope with COVID-19

The government has temporarily changed bankruptcy law to help protect people who are facing unmanageable debt as a result of the economic impacts of COVID-19. If you are in financial difficulty, application can be made for temporary debt protection,…
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Bushfires 2019–20

Devastating bushfires have impacted large parts of Australia since late 2019. If you live in one of the identified impacted postcodes, and don't want to think about tax, we've automatically deferred any lodgments or payments you…
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6 tips for investing in property

We are often asked if it is a good time to invest in residential property. Quite simply there is no yes or no answer to this question. The real question you need to ask yourself is, “is this the right time to invest in property for me?” There…
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Winning the debt war

The Australian Bureau of Statistics estimates that the average amount of money Australian households owe on mortgages, credit cards and personal loans combined is approximately $168,600 per household. In 2015-16 it was reported that the most…
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How much do I need to start investing?

Far from being the realm of the rich, building an investment portfolio is something that most people can do. It can start as a simple savings plan – a few dollars in the bank – before expanding into a diversified portfolio containing a…
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You CAN save one million dollars!

One of the most common questions I’m asked as a financial adviser is “will I have enough to retire?” It truly is the sixty-four thousand dollar question and if $64,000 was the answer, we’d all be on easy street! With so many variables…