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Are you part of the sandwich generation?

Are you part of the sandwich generation?

The ‘sandwich generation’ is a term used to describe people typically in their 40s and 50s who are caught between the demands of caring for ageing parents as well as their own dependent children. 

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Why a budget isnít about sacrifice

Why a budget isnít about sacrifice

For most of us ‘spending’ is the first thing that springs to mind when we have money. So when a financial adviser suggests the idea of having a ‘budget’ most of us recoil in horror. 

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Financial scams target over 50ís

Financial scams target over 50ís

Australians aged over 55 who may be looking for ramped up returns are most likely to fall prey to scams. Over the last year 105,000 Australians have fallen victim to financial scams...

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How do transition to retirement strategies work?

How do transition to retirement strategies work?

Even if you’re nearing retirement age you might not be looking to leave the workforce just yet. Maybe you want to save more money or perhaps you enjoy the interaction and mental stimulation.

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Five ways to create a reliable income in retirement

Five ways to create a reliable income in retirement

With interest rates at record lows and little chance of a change in sight, creating a reliable income in retirement can be challenging.

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A Will isnít always the way

A Will isnít always the way

You would have heard the saying: “where there’s a will, there’s a way”.

This statement is usually used to encourage people who are losing enthusiasm for a task or goal. But it also reflects the way many people feel about estate planning.

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New Property Transfer Rules Apply to Deceased Estates Also!

New Property Transfer Rules Apply to Deceased Estates Also!

From 1 July 2016 Australian residents selling real estate with a market value of $2 million or more will need to apply for a clearance certificate from the Australian Taxation Office to ensure that 10% is not withheld from the sale proceeds.

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The United Kingdom Votes

The United Kingdom Votes

Leave Campaign wins the Referendum. The United Kingdom (UK) has voted to leave the European Union (EU) in a shock decision that has sent global markets plummeting. It has been over 40 years since the UK last voted to stay in the EU and sentiment towards the common market has shifted dramatically.

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