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Are Australians Prepared for Retirement?

Are Australians Prepared for Retirement?

The much quoted figure, if you want to believe it, is that you need a million dollars or more to draw on once you have retired, but the amount a person “needs” to retire...

Pamela Anderson

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Ask an Adviser - Negative Gearing Explainer

Can someone please explain what it means to 'negatively gear' a property in simple language and when is a good time to do it?

Sam Wallis-Smith

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Ask an Adviser - Investment Options For Retirement

I am 46 and plan to retire at 60. I would like to plan my finances so that I can retire with adequate income. I currently have around $165K in an industry super fund and...

Does Your Will Protect Your Family's Financial Future?

Does Your Will Protect Your Family's Financial Future?

Protecting our loved ones is something we all care about, but when it comes to financial security, your family may not be as safe as you think.

Retirement Planning Is A Marathon Not A Sprint

Retirement Planning Is A Marathon Not A Sprint

For those who have taken part in a marathon or other endurance sport, you’ll already know that to reach the finish line you need preparation, flexibility and...

Kathryn Fitch

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Ask an Adviser: Financial Implications Of Gifting a House

I own a two storey house which I live and I own a single storey investment property. I want to gift my daughter the two storey house which I live and move into the...

5 Ways to Spring Clean Your Finances

5 Ways to Spring Clean Your Finances

As we come out to enjoy the warmer months, Andrew Akuoko reminds us perhaps it’s also time to look at ways we can get our money matters in order!

Shane Light

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Ask an Adviser - Tax Implications of Gifted Money

I am currently studying in university and my mother gave me two large sums of payments for purchasing electronics and monthly utility fee payments which goes over the tax...

Half Of Pre-retirees Risk An Uncomfortable Retirement

Half Of Pre-retirees Risk An Uncomfortable Retirement

New research indicates that more than half of pre-retiree Australians (aged over 50) are on track to fall short of the level required to have a comfortable retirement....

Ash Mcauliffe

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Ask an Adviser - I Have Two Options In Mind for My...

Considering I am hoping to retire in 2 years and am intending to reduce my working hours, what is the best option for me to take...

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