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Why you shouldn’t care what the market is doing

What’s the best response you can give to someone asking you what the market’s doing today? I don’t know, and I don’t care. If you’ve ever invested in the share market, chances are you’ve [...]

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Buy Now Pay Later – The Breakdown

The buy now, pay later (BNPL) trend has taken off Australia wide – both online and in store. For those of you unaware, the concept of BNPL is essentially a reverse layby, with the customer still [...]

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Find the right ridesharing app for you

Summer and all its celebrations are well and truly here, which means you should probably have a safe way to get to and from your destinations. Luckily, the rise of on-demand ridesharing [...]

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Novated Leasing – What is it & how does it work?

A frequent question we are asked at Oak Financial Planning is “should I buy a new car?”. More often than not, we respond with several questions about the value of the vehicle, reasons behind [...]

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5 ways to get organised

How can you become more organised throughout your day to day life? Quite a lot of people need to learn by transitioning from being disorganised into cultivating healthy organisational habits [...]

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5 tips to save while renting

Renting – we’ve all been there, and saving while renting seems to be almost impossible. With so much information out there on how to buy a home, it’s hard to find resources covering how to be a [...]

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9 tips to help sell your home

You can never be more comfortable than being in your own home. However, this a great disadvantage when trying to sell. When selling your home you must look at it as if you have never lived there [...]

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5 ways to 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 [...]

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Your Journey, Your Choice, Your Life Insurance.

Life insurance – what do you have? And what do you need? The main life insurance policies include cover for: Total Permanent Disability (TPD) – Covers the costs of rehabilitation, debt [...]

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The difference between a modest and comfortable retirement

Planning for retirement, from both a lifestyle and financial perspective should be part of everyone’s long term future and wealth creation process. I have seen clients that plan carefully well [...]

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