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Combining finances with your partner

Combining finances with your partner

Jun 28, 2022

When you’re in a long-term relationship it can be tricky situation when you decide to combine your finances with your partner. Combining your finances makes sense for many reasons, although not everyone chooses to take this path. If you’re preparing to tie the knot,... read more
Investing in Property or Shares?

Investing in Property or Shares?

Jun 07, 2022

Given the recent media speculation around both the property and equity markets, with interest rates on the rise, we’re exploring the age-old debate Property vs Shares, by comparing the two as investments. The article is my opinion on the two investments, with... read more
What Labors pre-election proposals mean for you

What Labors pre-election proposals mean for you

Jun 02, 2022

The recent Federal Budget and Federal election have resulted in several government proposed changes to social security, support for homebuyers and superannuation. In addition, several changes relating to superannuation are coming into effect from 1 July 2022 – which... read more
Strategies to get your super back on track

Strategies to get your super back on track

May 24, 2022

The pandemic has negatively impacted many of Australian’s super balances. However, there are strategies you can put in place to get your super back on track. According to APRA, over 3 million Australians took advantage of the COVID-19 early release of super program.... read more
Moving a loved one into aged care

Moving a loved one into aged care

May 11, 2022

Moving a loved one into aged care can be a stressful time. You want to find for the best facility to place their loved one into, but typically you have very little time to make a decision and understand the complex residential aged care system which can be expensive.... read more
RBA Raises Rates for the first time in over a decade

RBA Raises Rates for the first time in over a decade

May 06, 2022

Most of us would have heard the news of the Reserve Bank of Australia raising its cash rate target from 0.10% to the lowest target ever to 0.35%. This is the first rate rise the RBA has put through since it raised from 4.5% to 4.75% on Melbourne Cup day in November... read more
Contemplating a sea or tree change at retirement?

Contemplating a sea or tree change at retirement?

Apr 28, 2022

The pandemic has encouraged many people to think about what they want from life, and for many this means making a sea or tree change. Do you dream of tree change to a farm in the country or a sea change to the beach house up the coast? You’re not alone. Since the... read more
Super changes coming 1 July 2022

Super changes coming 1 July 2022

Apr 13, 2022

Changes to super contribution rules from 1st July, may create a great opportunity to revisit your savings and super contribution strategies. The changes can generate new or enhanced options to build your savings. We have outlined below a brief explanation of some of... read more
Investing in market while interest rates are rising

Investing in market while interest rates are rising

Apr 01, 2022

The threat of rising interest rates has been dominating financial headlines for months now. Surging inflation prints globally has prompted central banks, including the Reserve Bank of Australia, to consider tightening monetary policy and increase interest rates far... read more
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