Politics is an amazing beast, and we all have love/hate relationship with it. But regardless of your feelings towards politics, political parties, or political leaders, we are all impacted by government decisions which have a profound impact on our lives, and most certainly on our financial outcomes.
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How to invest $1mil for best retirementI meet a lot of people who are preparing themselves for retirement who have approximately $1mil. Therefore, I thought...
In the last year, market has proven to us that it can be pretty volatile and unpredictable. I had lots of people asking me if they should sell down their investments either privately owned, so invested on their personal names or under any other structure such as trust or a company, as well as investments held within superannuation.
March 2023 was a month of a collapse of three U.S. banks, which created a major scare for investors in the banking sector and immediately impacted share prices of every bank in the world.
But today, I would like to go a bit deeper into explaining one recommended change that I think every pensioner needs to know about and understand, especially if you are planning or already in a process of selling your family home. (Selling home)
The new Labor Government delivered its October 2022/23 Federal Budget. To say the least, this is a budget that Labor calls as being sensible and suitable for the difficult times of high cost of living due to increasing inflation.
We all invest with the idea to make a profit and limit the losses. And it sounds very reasonable and rational but investing for most people is all but rational. Why? Why is it so difficult to remove our emotions from investing decisions?
Australians generally have a love / hate relationship with Australian shares. On one hand we love them because they provide a relatively reliable level of income, with beloved franking credits, that are a very special thing of the Australian tax system.
In this article, I will give you an example of how this can be achieved, but please remember, this is an example only, and the outcome is different in every situation.
We have just been handed over a new Federal Budget 2022 – 23. The main goal of this budget is to assist with the pandemic recovery as well as help with the rising cost-of-living.
So now you are at the crossroads, you know you must take control of your money and your overall financial situation. You have reviewed your finance, you know exactly how much your estate is worth,
We all know that it is essential to save for our retirement and superannuation has become one of the main products to do just that. So for years we contribute to super, yes there are many smart ways to speed