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Check out our latest chat between Danni and Chris talk about Rentvesting 101. [embed]https://soundcloud.com/96threefm/danni-synot-chats-with-chris-carlin-about-what-to-do-with-your-tax-return[/embed] If you like this podcast, make sure you share it with your friends, family and work colleagues who can benefit from this audio as well. At Master Your Money Now we help everyday people...

Write this down - “never EVER get investment tips around a barbeque.’ Generally speaking, I am happy to talk about money and investments. I love talking about financial planning because it is what I am passionate about. I speak about it in the office, at home, at the...

“Give me a home among the gumtrees With lots of plum trees A sheep or two, and a kangaroo A clothesline out the back Verandah out the front And an old rocking chair” Home Among The Gum Trees - John Williamson The Australian mindset has moved a long way since John Williamson...

Do you know any Chicken Littles? You know the ones who are continually looking at the glass half empty telling everyone that the “The Sky Is Falling In!” We are seeing a lot of people predicting that the Australian property market will collapse. They will spout statistics about how...

Isn’t the internet a wonderful thing? The internet provides us with an avalanche of information and it is quite easily to suffer from information overload. One one hand it makes us the smartest generation ever, but it also makes us one of the most indecisive generations...

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