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Right Foot Forward

It was late 2015 that Grant and I met to review his financial affairs; how was his super, was there an adequate level of personal insurances and was he striking his targets to meet his financial [...]

Avoid holiday debt-lag

Enjoy a well-earned vacation without bringing home a mountain of high interest debt. I do love a catchy new phrase, and this one made me laugh. “Debt lag” is a new one for me. It [...]

Simple money steps for women

By AMP, originally published on 26 May 2017. The same approach to managing day-to-day money can be applied to long-term investments. It was Carrie Bradshaw, of Sex and the City fame, who said: ‘I [...]

What is your debt age?

The types of debt we have largely depends on our age and stage in life. For most of us, having debt in some form or another is an inescapable fact of life. And despite its reputation, debt is not [...]

Insurance in tax season

With the end of financial year a few months away, have you considered if you may be able to claim any personal insurance premiums at tax time? For many people it can be very cost effective to [...]

Looking ahead at 2017

If you’re wondering what’s involved in self managed super and whether it’s a good option for you, here are some things to consider.

Will my kids ever leave home?

These days it can be natural for kids to stay at home until adulthood—our 7 tips can help ensure your own goals don’t pay the price. If you were expecting to have the house to yourself once your [...]

Hats off to working parents!

Research into skilled workers shows that working parents are more productive employees. According to the Australian Institute of Family Studies, the number of parents who work is far greater [...]

Give back with little cost

We all have given thought to giving to charity or aiding the community at one stage or another.No matter the charity, positively influencing others always leaves us feeling an unexplainable joy [...]