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Debt

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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Now is the time to budget for Christmas

What’s your Christmas spending strategy?

With Christmas looming, now is the time to think about allocating yourself a budget.
Too many Aussies get themselves into unnecessary debt during the festive season, simply by not being mindful.

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The Wealth Accumulation Journey

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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Financial Planning for later years

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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self and buy

How to deal with share market volatility

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Life after divorce

If you’re a single Mum or Dad, managing family finances can be difficult when you’re suddenly working with a single income. But there are some simple strategies you can put in place to ensure the bills are paid, enabling you to also put some money away.

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Our Home is Not an Investment

Buying a home and paying off any mortgage is a key objective in building financial independence. But your home is not an investment, it’s a lifestyle asset.

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Inflation

Signs of a growing US economy has caused some movement in global markets, but the overall global outlook remains sound.

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Fake News

Experienced investors know it is important to differentiate between serious, valid information and noise. Valid information is important and may affect our investment decisions. Noise is more alarming, not so factual, and should be ignored.

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