Could you confidently recognise a red flag or a warning sign of financial abuse? Unfortunately, financial abuse is becoming increasingly more visible on a global scale and it does not discriminate. This type of abuse can occur irrespective of someone's socio-economic...
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Get ready for Queensland storm season! Yes, it's "Get Ready Queensland" week (12th -18th October) and the Queensland Government are preparing everyone for this disaster season by providing as much information as possible. Give yourself the best chance by preparing...
The announcements in this update are proposals unless stated otherwise. These proposals need to successfully pass through Parliament before becoming law and may be subject to change during this process. The 2020 Budget is all about jobs, jobs and spending to make more...
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If you are not able to visit us in person, or it is more convenient to work with us digitally, we have the capability and technology to make it easier for us to connect with you. We have also considered how we can do this in a safer online environment. We want to make...
Occurring in 99 per cent of domestic violence cases, economic abuse can affect clients of all backgrounds
Standards International has partnered with Australian adviser Amanda Cassar to launch a new training programme aimed at tackling economic abuse.
Economic abuse is when one person has control over another’s access to economic resources. It was recognised as a form of domestic abuse in the domestic abuse bill last year after calls from charities to make it a standalone criminal offence.
Opposition is mounting against a federal government bill to ban cash payments over $10,000 with concerns it will push customers into the clutches of banks or other financial institutions.The Currency (Restrictions on the Use of Cash) Bill 2019, which passed through...
Power of Social Amanda Cassar Director, Wealth Planning Partners. In 2015, Amanda Cassar travelled to Uganda as part of the Hunger Project. She talks to Jamie Williamson about how the experience shaped her approach to financial advice.
There is a dizzying array of types of insurance available in Australia, although the average person probably won’t be needing aircraft or defamation insurance. But like death and taxes, the majority of people won’t be able to avoid getting at least some of the basic...
Only about 20% of people have a financial advisor or have sought professional financial advice, meaning at the moment, 80% have yet to see the need to visit a planner. So, do you need to see an adviser? How about I give you five good reasons why it might just be a...
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