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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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28/04/2017

How to buy a second property with no deposit

Are you looking to buy a second property but don’t have enough cash deposit? You’ll be pleased to know you don’t need a deposit because you can use your existing home equity to purchase a new property. If you’ve owned your home for a few years, there’s a good chance you’ve built up some reasonable equity, […]

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05/04/2017

5 strategies to implement in your 30s that will pay off in your 60s

A generation ago, most 30-year-olds were mature adults with houses, jobs, and even a couple of kids but today’s 30-somethings take a little longer to grow up. They are delaying marriage, babies and are also slower to settle into their careers. Unfortunately this means their finances often bloom later, too. To ensure you have enough […]

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05/04/2017

Where young people are investing their money – and making a fortune

Now you understand how shares work, it’s time to start thinking about what companies you would like to invest in. The good news is, that while some young investors are struggling to crack the property market, Gen X and Gen Y are leading the way in the stock market. An article published on news.com.au says Gen X investors […]

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30/03/2017

How do shares actually work?

Have you got money stashed away but you aren’t sure what to do with it? Are you thinking about buying shares but don’t know how? Keep reading for a crash course in the Australian share market, something you can invest in with as little a thousand dollars. What are shares? Shares are an equal part […]

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20/03/2017

How to dig your way out of debt

There are a million different reasons why you are in debt, but only one way to get yourself out of it. It’s time to take back control of your finances, no matter how impossible that task might feel. Step. 1 First and foremost, you must make a commitment to getting out of debt: you are […]

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14/03/2017

Stop using these common excuses for not saving money

“I’ll start on Monday.” It’s the famous excuse for anyone starting a new diet or exercise regime. As it turns out, not only are we good at justifying why we aren’t exercising regularly and eating healthier foods, the same can be said for our finances. First things first, you are responsible for your situation. If […]

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