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The household finances can look like a bit of a train wreck at this time of year. Even if they don’t need urgent resuscitation it is an ideal opportunity to take a little time out to plan a better year in 2019 financially.

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Last year finished disappointingly for savers, super funds and retirees as explained last week. Shares here and overseas produced negative returns. So what is the outlook for 2019?

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Calendar year 2018 finished badly as far as most investors are concerned. Whether you were trying to boost your savings, grow your superannuation or keep your retirement income plan above water it was hard to make money, unlike the profitable 2017.

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With Christmas almost upon us financial considerations are about to give way to fun times with family and friends. Yet many of us still have important decisions to make.

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Whether you use a spreadsheet, an app, budgeting software or do it the old fashioned way with a pen and paper, it’s important to keep track of your money if you want to stay in control, especially during the ‘Silly Spending Season’.

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The economy grew by more than 3 per cent last year, and is predicted to continue.
Employment is increasing and interest rates remain low. These are good conditions that raise everyone’s living standards and should give investors confidence.

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Some people are afraid of debt and shouldn’t be. Others aren’t afraid of debt and should be. We have heard the saying “debt is a good servant but a bad master”. It pays to have a clear understanding of how to use debt for good and how to avoid its potential traps.

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People who accumulate wealth most successfully can see opportunities others miss. They identify bargains, see situations where they can add value, anticipate future trends and think ahead.ng people start out with similar incomes why does one retire with ten million dollars of assets and the other with just their home and compulsory super?

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Retirement means changing from relying on personal exertion for income to relying on cashflow from investments. For people who have guaranteed superannuation pensions with inflation indexing, the change isn’t huge but for those who must rely on wise investments it can be a worrying time.

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How to deal with share market volatility

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