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After a bumpy 2020, 2021 is already rewriting the record books. From property prices to interest rates, to refinancing – no matter which way you look records are being broken. Today we’ll look at why property market sentiment is riding so high. How quickly things can...

Did you know that according to the 2016 Census there are 8.3 million households in Australia? That is a lot of homes to choose from! I find that most first home buyers get so overwhelmed by the options they take it makes them even more stressed...

Every working environment has the potential to create stress but when you’re running a business, the pressure can be intense. It is not uncommon that with this added pressure, as a business owner, you experience more stress. We sat down with Rachel Clements, Director...

Move over debit and credit cards; consumers are flocking to Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) services. Financial technology companies such as Afterpay, ZipPay and several others  allow shoppers to take home their purchases now while paying them off through weekly, fortnightly or monthly payments. There’s no...

Retirement is something we should plan for both financially and logistically, after all we want to be able to have the best retirement possible. If you’re nearing retirement age but don’t want to stop work entirely, there are many options available. One of those options...

Herd behaviour is pretty self-explanatory; it is where you follow others rather than make your own decisions and it is quite common to experience when investing. Herd behaviour is driven by emotions rather than rational behaviour. Often little attention is paid to investment fundamentals...

There are a number of measures in place designed to support pensioners and retirees through the COVID-19 crisis. Here is a blog that can help you understand some of those measures, but if your require further assistance it is a great time to book your...

Six years ago at the end of every year, I have been assigning a word to describe the year just gone. 2014 - Reset 2015 - Preparation 2016 - Confidence 2017 - My Turn (ok I cheated with two words) 2018 - Perfect 2019 - Contrast For 2020 I have decided that...

You’ve changed jobs and you’re busy focusing on settling in and succeeding in your new role. However, when you change jobs you should also consider your financial plan and how this job change will affect your goals. Will it help you achieve your goals faster?...

Debt is an almost unavoidable part of modern-day life. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing as long as your debts are kept at an appropriate level. In fact, when managed properly, debt can be used to your advantage especially if you have deductible debt. A...

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