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5 Tips for EOFY

The end of financial year doesn’t have to be too taxing a time.  These five tips will help organise your finances for the coming financial year. Take the pain out of EOFY by being organised. With the right preparation, you

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How the Budget may affect families

If you’re part of a family, here’s a quick run down on what Budget 2018 means for you

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A money-wise wedding: Creating a budget for the big day

Whether you’re planning a large, luxurious wedding or a small, intimate affair, smart budgeting could help free you from financial worries, so you can enjoy your special day. Following these steps may help ensure no one’s worried about debt on

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Create a great financial new year

New Year’s resolutions are easy to make but often hard to keep. But there are real benefits to making financial resolutions. Here are some helpful suggestions to get you started. Get back to basics If you find it near-impossible to

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Planning a holiday? Here are some tips!!

With the summer holidays right on top of us, it’s not too late to do your financial planning for the holidays – or start planning for later in the year. Here’s how to minimise your financial stress for a well-deserved

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Budget for a very merry Christmas

A bit of planning and forethought may help take the financial stress out of Christmas. Christmas for many families, is a happy time of year that brings people together, but it can also be expensive! With a bit of early

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Money hacks for teens and young adults

Help your teens and young adults manage how they spend and save. So your teenagers and young adults know how to spend, but do they know how to budget for the things they really want? Learning good money management should

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Budget 2017 – Who are the Winners & Losers?

WINNERS!! First home-buyers First home-buyers can save for a deposit by salary sacrificing into their super. Downsizers Downsizers, 65+, can contribute up to $300,000 each to super from the sale the family home regardless of satisfaction of the work test,

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Need to Understand a little more about the Downsizing Contribution?

As you’re not doubt aware, the Federal Government announced it’s 2017 Budget this week and one of the surprise outcomes was the Downsizing Contribution for those looking to move out of a larger family home.  Here’s a little more about

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Are You Missing out on Government Entitlements?

The chances are you dutifully file your tax returns every year but are you making the most of your government entitlements? In this article, we guide you through some key entitlements available for families. Are you confused about your government

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