Key points – 2023-24 provided another year of strong returns for investors as shares were boosted by falling inflation, central banks pivoting towards rate cuts (although the RBA is lagging) […]

They say nothing is certain in life except two things – death and taxes. Australians can probably add a third – the knowledge that come the end of financial year,

With interest rates continuing to rise, reducing your mortgage interest rate can be a great way to save money so you’re not out of pocket and can keep or invest

How to reduce your mortgage interest rate and fees

Contrary to what some people may think, debt can help you build your wealth – especially if the debt is used responsibly with a clear plan and objective. In this

Retirement is a major milestone in life, representing the end of years of hard work and dedication. It’s a time to enjoy the freedom to pursue your passions and interests

Commonly Asked Questions - retirement planning

Here’s a quick checklist to help you prepare for the end of financial year and maximise your tax time benefits. Understand your sources of income When it comes to tax,

Many people are finding themselves in a situation where they need to provide financial support to their aging parents. Balancing the responsibility of helping your parents financially while saving for

Cyber criminals are targeting people based on personal details and preferences – and reeling them in with professional looking follow ups. Find out how to protect yourself. Next time you

Planning for retirement is a daunting task but it’s too important not to think about – especially for women. Fortunately, there are some small steps women can take today to

The total superannuation balance or TSB was a significant change introduced as part of the Government’s superannuation reform package, taking effect on 1 July 2017. However, unlike other changes, such

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