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Five tips for looking after your large household’s finances

Take the pain out of managing your family’s finances. Taking care of household finances can be taxing, especially if you have a big family. But with proper planning and budgeting, there’s no need to stress. Here are some tips to help you effectively manage your household finances. 1. Examine your finances Sitting down as a

By |2019-05-01T00:11:25+00:00April 30th, 2019|Categories: Our News|Comments Off on Five tips for looking after your large household’s finances

Five financial moves to make in your 40s

In your 40s? Here’s what you need to consider to financially get ahead. Being in your 40s often involves balancing many responsibilities that it becomes easy to neglect your own financial wellbeing. But it’s not too late to secure your future. Here are some tips that may help you financially make the most of your

By |2019-03-31T23:59:53+00:00March 31st, 2019|Categories: Our News|Comments Off on Five financial moves to make in your 40s

Four ways to manage the rising cost of living

Be smart with your spending. The increasing cost of goods and services is a reality most Australians have to deal with. Data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows that living expenses for employee households were up by 2 per cent in September 2018 compared to a year ago.1 But don’t panic. By being organised

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Aged care: A highly complex and emotive topic

Reforms in aged care in recent years has meant the system has become complex and could even beconfusing. Throw in that it is a highly emotive topic and it means it is an area that is in-demand for quality financial advice. With a Royal Commission into aged care announced in 2018 we expect to see

By |2019-02-28T23:56:17+00:00February 28th, 2019|Categories: Our News|Comments Off on Aged care: A highly complex and emotive topic

Superannuation: Too important to ignore

Superannuation is the one thing you could do for your financial future this year, that could make a big difference to your retirement income. But how much do you really need? That’s a big question. As we know, everyone’s needs are different, unexpected expenses just crop up and none of us know how long we

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Insurance: Get insurance while you’re still bulletproof

According to research by TAL insurance provider the cost of personal insurance soars after the age of 35. This is also the time in our lives that you may be going through significant change such as marriage, children, a bigger mortgage and more responsibilities. In the previous 5 years to 2017, TAL paid out insurance

By |2019-02-01T00:11:21+00:00January 31st, 2019|Categories: Our News|Comments Off on Insurance: Get insurance while you’re still bulletproof

Cashflow: Keeping top tips top of mind

We all like a good cost saving tip, even if it is something we already know, it never hurts to revisit some top tips and take a look at our current situation to see if there are savings to be made. Any little savings we make throughout the year can be diverted to a bigger

By |2019-02-01T00:11:21+00:00January 31st, 2019|Categories: Our News|Comments Off on Cashflow: Keeping top tips top of mind

Five ways to stick to your financial resolutions

Setting a financial goal for the New Year? Take steps to make it work. It’s that 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. 1. Choose an attainable goal It’s good to

By |2019-01-01T03:55:54+00:00December 31st, 2018|Categories: Our News|Comments Off on Five ways to stick to your financial resolutions

Take control of your retirement

Are you affected by the increase in the Age Pension’s qualifying age? Take steps now to avoid getting caught short on retirement income. The minimum age to qualify for the Age Pension has started going up. For those born on or after 1 July 1952, the qualifying age increases by six months every two years

By |2019-01-01T03:55:53+00:00December 31st, 2018|Categories: Our News|Comments Off on Take control of your retirement