I know from experience that a diagnosis of cancer can change your and your family’s life in an instant. Cancer is not only emotionally devastating; there are also far-reaching financial implications. Read More
Like many Australians, you have dreamt about the carefree days of retirement, travelling the country or further afield, or just enjoying some well-deserved rest and time to do as you please. Read More
When many people think about financial planning, they think it’s all about savings and investments, but there are many other facets that everyday Australians need to take into account when considering their overall financial situation. With statistics that include 40% of men and 25% of women tipped to suffer a traumatic illness between the ages of 34 and 64 and household debt having tripled over the last 25 years, as we head into Financial Planning Week commencing Monday 21st August, 2017, there has never been a better time to consider your financial future. Read More
If you suffered a critical illness or traumatic event such as a cancer or a heart attack, do you have a safety net in place to support you and your family financially while you recuperate? Read More
Investors are often faced with difficult decisions when looking for a long-term investment strategy for themselves, their children or grandchildren. Read More
If you have less than $500,000 in Superannuation, this tip is for you... Read More
If you want to make large after-tax contributions to build your Super in the lead up to retirement, this tip is for you... Read More
If you want to keep working while drawing down some of your Super benefits, this tip is for you... Read More
If you have salary sacrificing arrangements in place, this tip is for you... Read More
Australian women face more obstacles than their male counterparts when it comes to financial planning and creating adequate retirement savings. The challenges include a disparity in wages, breaks from the workforce to raise children, higher instances of part time work and a longer life expectancy. Read More
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