Monthly Archives: August 2016

Planning for your retirement: reduce your worries

Planning your finances early means you are better placed to enjoy what really matters in your retirement. Read this guide to find out how. Entering retirement is a significant change – but that doesn’t mean it has to be stressful.

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Are you insuring your biggest asset?

With the majority of Australians still dangerously underinsured, is it time you reviewed your cover? Jeff is a clean-living 53-year-old who exercises regularly, doesn’t smoke, enjoys a healthy diet and only indulges his love of good wine at the weekend.

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Aged Care: the costs, considerations, concerns and what you can do…

Choosing how you age is not just about accommodation for you or your family. There are also a range of financial and emotional issues to plan for. The quality of today’s health care means we are enjoying longer lives, with

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Strategies for soaring school fees

With private school fees rising each year, it pays to start saving early. Most parents believe a good education is an investment in their child’s future. But with the total cost of a private-school education approaching up to $500,000, finding

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Putting your Goals First

A goals-based investment approach isn’t focused on ‘beating the market’. It’s about tailoring your investments to meet your personal goals. Performance comparisons are unavoidable in the investment world. Every day you see investment managers  measuring their success by how much

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