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23/08/2023

Transforming Your Relationship with Money: Cultivating a Positive Money Mindset

In the ever-evolving landscape of personal finance, one crucial factor often overlooked is the impact of our mindset on our financial well-being. A positive money mindset can be the driving force behind transforming your relationship with money and achieving financial success. In Australia, where economic dynamics play a significant role in people’s lives, cultivating a […]

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27/07/2023

Secure Your Financial Future: The Importance of Life Insurance in Australian Financial Planning

Financial planning is an essential aspect of every individual’s life. We strive to secure our financial future and that of our loved ones. While many of us are aware of various investment strategies, savings plans, and retirement funds, there is one crucial aspect of financial planning that often gets overlooked – life insurance. In this […]

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17/07/2023

Smart Strategies to Fund Your Child’s Education: The Importance of a Financial Advisor in Australia

Planning for your child’s education is a significant financial responsibility. As a parent, you want to provide the best opportunities for your child’s future, including their higher education. Saving for education requires careful planning and smart strategies to ensure you can meet the rising costs of tuition fees and other related expenses. In this article, […]

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22/06/2023

7 Effective Retirement Planning Strategies You Need To Know

Retirement is an exciting phase of life that allows individuals to pursue their passions, spend quality time with loved ones, and enjoy the fruits of their lifelong labor. However, to ensure a comfortable retirement, it is essential to engage in effective retirement planning strategies. In this blog post, we will explore key strategies tailored to […]

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04/04/2023

Understanding Trauma Insurance – Do You Really Need It?

Trauma insurance in Australia provides financial support to the individual who suffers a severe illness or injury. Life is full of robust challenges and sometimes, a disease or unexpected event can turn your life upside down. A traumatic event could happen to anyone, regardless of age, occupation, or lifestyle. Whether it’s a car accident, critical […]

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18/04/2019

When do you need to get life insurance?

Life insurance is about preparing for life’s emergencies and protecting those around you. But is there a right time to get it? One of the main reasons people buy life insurance is because they have dependents. A dependent being any person, generally a family member or partner, who relies on another for financial support.  The […]

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12/10/2017

Spring cleaning your finances

The sun is shining, the days are getting longer, flowers are blooming, the department stores are bringing in their Christmas stuff… yes, spring is finally here. Everyone knows that spring is the season of fresh starts. Most people will take the opportunity to do a bit of spring cleaning, getting to all those pesky once-or-twice-a-year […]

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12/10/2017

The benefits of consolidating your super

If you’ve had a few jobs over the years, it’s possible that you’ve got a few different super funds with small balances in each. It’s easy to forget all about them until the annual statements arrive, but the sudden influx of paperwork can often leave you feeling dazed and confused. The Australian Securities and Investment […]

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11/10/2017

Thinking about finances in your thirties

Whatever the goal, reaching age 30 is a turning point for many of us. Whilst it may mean life is getting more serious, by the time we’re in our 30s we’re keen to retain our individuality and remain determined to have fun. With a little planning you can make this age even more enjoyable. The […]

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11/10/2017

How much does it cost to raise a child?

They say it takes a village to raise a child, but how much does it actually cost? The answer is highly dependent on individual circumstances, but as a guide, a 2013 national study found that a typical middle income family would spend about $812,000 on raising two children from birth to age 24.i At that […]

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