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Couples and Cash

While many surveys suggest that money is one of the factors couples in marriages and long-term relationships fight about the most, it doesn’t have to be that way. Most money experts and psychologists say that the easiest way to avoid money problems is to talk about them.

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Managing Funds

The three basic types of investment are fixed interest, property and shares. Cash and fixed deposits give the lowest returns on average, especially at present.

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In recent months all the big four banks have withdrawn from the business of lending to self-managed super funds. A few years ago they saw SMSF lending as an area of great potential, now they want out. What does this mean for your SMSF? Read on…

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The GFC was the worst financial market crisis in 75 years, since the Great Depression of the 1930’s. Another collapse as serious is unlikely for a long time. Whenever the next market downturn is, it is bound to be much less severe than 2008-09.

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Property vs Shares

Property is a good long term investment, so are shares. Which one is right for you?

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The phrase ‘invisible money generation’ has been thrown around a bit lately. It refers to the young children of today growing up in a predominantly cash-less society. But, no matter what the financial future holds budgeting basics will remain the same, and kids need to learn these fundamental skills.

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As mentioned last week the First Home Super Savings Scheme can benefit many people but it has gone relatively unnoticed. Another new scheme that offers potential for many people but has received little publicity is the Downsizer Super Contribution Scheme.

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Saving for Home Deposit

The First Home Super Saver Scheme continues to go unnoticed by many people who could benefit from it. Anyone young or old who has not owned any real estate of any kind in Australia before can use the scheme to save a first home deposit faster. The Scheme is open to older people as well as young adults.

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Check your Super Fund

The Financial Services Royal Commission has uncovered many instances of bad behaviour by people in financial services. The most recent revelations relate to superannuation, no doubt causing many super account holders to wonder whether their money is being well managed.

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