Five tips for looking after your household’s finances

Take the pain out of managing your family’s finances with some simple tips every family can use. Taking care of household finances can be time consuming and boring – and often people don’t know where to start. Your local library may have some good resources if you...

Is it time to get your Will up to date?

We have a few months left before the busy Christmas and school holiday period is upon us, so now is the time to think about whether your financial plan needs to be reviewed in light of any changes to your circumstances this year, and if your Will is up to date and...

Having a comfortable retirement is within reach

At some point you will retire. Many of us hope that is sooner, rather than later. We hope that we can retire with enough life left in us to enjoy all the things that took a backseat during our working years. We want enough money to be comfortable and safe in the...

COVID-19 Disaster Payment

Employees who have had their hours of work reduced due to compulsory COVID-19 lockdown restrictions will be entitled to a non-taxable COVID-19 Disaster Payments. This weekly payment is available for each eligible person and will vary depending on the number of hours...

Market Wrap August 2021

Stocks continue to ignore bonds Global shares rose 1.8% and 4% in hedged and unhedged terms, respectively. Growth stocks outperforming following strong earnings results by tech companies such as Alphabet (owner of the Google search engine). Australian shares...

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