You’re probably familiar with inflation…right?
You may be surprised. According to recent results from the HILDA survey only 77% of men and 63% of women correctly identified the concept of inflation. Moreover, there’s a difference between knowing what inflation is, and knowing the impact it has on your investments.
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With escalating house prices, stagnant wages, and low interest rates what needs to be done to help young Australians get into the property market?’
Continue reading “Home unaffordability part 3: Where to next?”
Big money windfalls are always welcome. Whether it’s getting a bonus from your employer, a fat tax return, or even a winning lottery ticket – the extra cash always comes in handy.
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If you’re wondering if our low fees are worth it then read on. We’re confident that our fees are a great value for the services we provide. So grab a seat, read what we have to say, and decide for yourself.
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We all have cognitive biases in our lives – an inclination to give a preference to something or someone. Biases distort our thinking and often result in us making poor and ill-informed decisions. Very often we’re not even aware we have them! Worst of all, these biases can lead to very bad investment choices.
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As you’re answering emails or responding to Slack notifications on the go, you may wonder if devices like the smartphone really make your life better. But, there’s little doubt that in many ways, they can make life easier.
Need to know what time it is in New York? “Hey Siri!”
Like it or not, our phones and tablets mean that answers are in the palm of our hands.
So why should it be any different for our finances?
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This Sunday 22 April is Earth Day – the world’s largest environmental movement that makes an awful lot of awesome noise about how great our planet is – and how important it is that we as its guardians take better care of it.
If you value being sustainable, your financial practices can also have an impact on the world (and your wallet).
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For many, your twenties are the years in which your finances are the most stretched. You’re probably trying to save for a house, a new car or a trip, as well as trying to keep up appearances at all the social events. But it’s also the time in your life when you should be setting yourself up to be financially secure for years to come.
So how do you balance it all and learn to take control of your finances?
We asked Bessie Hassan, money expert at finder.com.au for her 5 tips on how to get yourself on the road to financial freedom.
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Investing is one of the best things you can do for your money, but taking the plunge can be a daunting one, especially if you’re new. That’s why we created a beginner’s guide – to help you along, step-by-step, to become a savvy investor equipped with the basics to make an informed decision about how investing can help you reach your financial goals.
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Financial advisors stand to benefit from the rapid innovations of the financial technology industry. Staying updated with financial technology is crucial as the younger Internet generations start to accumulate wealth and seek out advice on how to balance modern and traditional ways to manage and invest money.
Continue reading “Why financial advisors should embrace fintech”