In the Media
The $10k cash call: Why large payments are on the scrapheap
October 28, 2019
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 the House of Representatives on Thursday, is designed to crack down on criminal money laundering.
Cover Story – Amanda Cassar 2017 – FS Advice
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.
Amanda Cassar is the Advisor Director of Wealth Planning Partners, assisting her client’s Australia-wide with “The WPP Way” — helping them secure, build and succeed.
Amanda Cassar has been in financial services since 1991 and is waging a war against the under-insurance issue Australia faces.
Money & Life – 22nd February 2017
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 types of insurance such as motor vehicle, house and contents and health cover.
Business Woman Media – 20th January 2017
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 really good idea!
Independent Financial Adviser – 17th January 2017
Gold Coast-based advice firm Wealth Planning Partners has launched a subsidiary firm that will focus specifically on Australia’s growing ageing population.
Advisers Therese Jarrett and Amanda Cassar will head the subsidiary Trusted Aged Care Services, according to a statement.
Financial Standard – 13th January 2017
A Queensland financial advice practice is launching a subsidiary business assisting the elderly transition into aged care.
Business Woman Media – 3rd January 2017
As you’re probably aware, when you donate to registered charitable organisation, your gifts are a tax deductible donation that can boost your tax refund or reduce the amount of tax you pay… completely aside from the feel good factor you get of supporting those less fortunate.
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.
Final Word – July 2016
Adviser Director of Wealth Planning Partners, Amanda Cassar has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise $10,000 for The Hunger Project (THP).
To support the campaign, Ms Cassar plans to go to Ethiopia as part of the Business Chicks Leadership and Immersion Program.
Quickbooks – 22 June 2016
“I work all night, I work all day to pay the bills I have to pay. And still there never seems to be a single penny left for me.”
Sometimes running your own business starts as the dream, and then the reality of making ends meet turns it into more of a nightmare.
Quickbooks – 13 May 2016
Wouldn’t it be great if fairytales were true? A fairy godmother would wait in the wings for our big moment and then make all our startup dreams come true.
More often than not, when we finally have that light-bulb moment with a great idea that we just know will work, it becomes apparent that we’re not quite sure how to fund it.
Quickbooks – 3 May 2016
Do you have a strategy for when things don’t go according to plan?
How fantastic would it be if life just rolled along in accordance with our Plan A and nothing ever went wrong?
Unfortunately, you’ve probably experienced the need for a Plan B at some stage in your life, or even wondered if all those other letters in the alphabet might get a run as well. As a business owner, what can you do when things don’t go quite according to plan?
This is the real-life story of Dani, as told by her financial adviser Amanada Cassar.
Well, I do love to travel and really enjoyed heading to fabulous Melbourne for the Women in Finance Vic (WIF) working lunch. I don’t need much arm twisting to get me to Victoria and was glad to combine some appointments with clients, colleagues and a great lunch.
Superannuation for women has traditionally been a struggle as it is often a struggle to maximise the investment opportunities from superannuation.
An interview with Amanda Cassar on Planning Ahead.