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Taking care of household finances can be taxing, especially if you have a big family. But with proper planning and budgeting, there’s no need to stress. Here are some tips to help you effectively manage your household finances. 1 | Examine your finances Sitting down...
In your 40s? Here’s what you need to consider to financially get ahead... Being in your 40s requires balancing many responsibilities and it can become easy to neglect your own financial wellbeing. However, it’s not too late to secure your future. Here are 5 tips that...
Labour says, the younger generation who withdraw superannuation may be $100,000 worse-off in retirement
Opposition steps up attacks on coronavirus support measure that allows people in financial distress to withdraw up to $20,000 Labour has said that Covid-19 economic crisis will greatly affect the younger generation, as it estimates someone who is approximately...
It is said that the Federal government may need to provide financial aid to sustain 2nd biggest economy to mitigate flow-on effects throughout Australia. With the recent stage 4 lockdown newly enforced announced by the Victorian premier, Daniel Andrews, along...
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.
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 be an essential life skill. A reason to save...
Many of the federal government’s superannuation reforms came into effect on 1 July. Here’s what’s new. The government says it has tried to make the superannuation system more sustainable and has introduced more flexibility to suit modern work patterns. This is what...
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 how that works... Downsizing...
Protecting yourself from frivolous creditors and lawsuits is becoming an increasingly common concern. Here we outline some of the ways you can insulate your assets. Check your insurances Liability insurance is a must if you want to safeguard your assets in the event...
Suite 110, Level 1 Eastside,
232 Robina Town Centre Drive,
Robina, QLD, 4226
Level 3, 1 Breakfast Creek Rd,
Newstead, QLD 4006
Phone: 07 5593 0855
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