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When it comes to investing, market volatility is to be expected. Despite common perceptions, money can be and is still made in the share market despite its volatile nature you might just need the right financial planner. Often in a volatile market, people panic and start...

Check out our latest podcast where Danni chats with Chris Carlin at Master Your Money about New Ways To Pay Off Your Mortgage https://soundcloud.com/96threefm/new-ways-to-pay-off-your-mortgage-danni-chats-with-chris-carlin?in=96threefm/sets/danni-synot-chats-with-chris If you like this podcast, make sure you share it with your friends, family and work colleagues who can benefit from this audio...

From trade wars to Brexit, North Korean tensions to Italian political turmoil, we’ve had plenty of noise to deal with. So, what do we mean by “staying the course”? Focusing on the financial goal you set in the first place and ensuring your behaviour aligns with...

On this episode, Chris Carlin shared that he loves working with millennials because what you do with your finances in your 20s and 30s is going to make far more of a difference in what you do in your 50s and 60. Apple: Podcast My Business:...

MYMN Note: This is an email I received from James Pollard from The Advisor Coach (he is a coach for financial planners because financial planners need coaches and advice too!) and I loved it so much I wanted to share it here which James has given me permission to...

Check out our latest podcast where Danni chats with Chris Carlin at Master Your Money about What I would say to myself If I Was Back At Uni https://soundcloud.com/96threefm/danni-synot-chats-with-chris-carlin-what-i-would-say-to-myself-if-i-was-back-at-uni?in=96threefm/sets/danni-synot-chats-with-chris If you like this podcast, make sure you share it with your friends, family and work colleagues who...

Many Australians are feeling the uncertainty of the current situation and are looking for ways to shore up their financial position, regardless of whether they have been directly affected or not. Managing your costs and expenses can be an effective way to help you through this...

Firstly, what is a recession? Economists generally agree a recession is two consecutive quarters of negative growth in Gross Domestic Product (GDP), i.e. declining economic output. Currently, Australia has not yet recorded two consecutive quarters of GDP contraction, so the technical answer is 'no! However, with a 0.3%...

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