Financial Planning

Planning for Financial Success in a Low Interest rate Environment – How Investors Relying on Interest-Income can Thrive in the New Low-Interest Rate Reality

On Tuesday, June 4th, the Reserve Bank of Australia reduced Australia’s interest rate settings, again taking the historically low interest rates we have seen for numerous years, to the lowest-ever level. With an election-year applying the brakes to business investment, very low wages growth, and low inflation levels, the RBA is hoping a rates reduction…

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The Verdict: The Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation, and Financial Services Sector – How it Affects You

During much of 2018 the nation’s attention was consumed with details from the hearings from the Banking Royal Commission, overseen by retired Justice Kenneth Hayne. Though short, compared with many Royal Commissions, the evidence presented during the commission’s deliberations fractured the confidence many Australians have in our banking, finance, and insurance industries. Justice Hayne recently…

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5 Insurances You May Never Have Known You Needed

Case Study

We have all probably heard about health insurance. Most Australians have a health insurance policy that helps with medical bills, which seem to be climbing every year. Likewise, almost everyone is familiar with car insurance; at a minimum, by law, each car must have compulsory third party insurance (CTP). Many choose comprehensive insurance so they…

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More Great Super News – Federal Government Announces Changes to Contribution Rules

Working Out Your Superannuation and Retirement Planning

As the Federal Government becomes more serious about dealing with the nation’s aging population important superannuation changes continue to be made which are aimed at encouraging people to save for retirement, reducing future demand for a tax-payer funded aged pension. In some great news, welcome changes have been made to super contribution rules encouraging people…

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Millennials and Financial Planning – How Today’s Young Adults Can Meet Tomorrow’s Financial Challenges

Many people love to reminisce about those carefree days of their youth. Remembering that time before family and careers came along, and when young people transition from education to their first serious job. Those days were often marked by parties, fun, and free-spending financial habits. Rarely did anyone give a thought to adult concepts like…

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