Is money becoming an illusion?

Today, the popular and most common way to carry around our money is by storing it all in a plastic card. Because of this, the increasing population is now more familiar with ‘tap and pay’ rather than cash and coins. This can and has lead to the value of money and the ability to make tempered financial decisions lost on my minds. (more…)

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Aged care services: Home care package

An increased level of assistance coming from a higher-level aged care service at home or in a residential aged care facility may be needed as you progress further through your […]

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Things to consider with guarantor loans

The ability for many to save an adequate deposit on a house or unit has become progressively difficult*. Because of the rise in housing prices and the relatively slow income […]

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Buy-sell agreements explained

“What would happen if the unexpected was to occur, namely, if you or another business owner were suddenly unable to continue in the business due to death, disablement or a traumatic event?” This is a common question asked when you are developing a succession plan. (more…)

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Financial mindsets of the super wealthy

Our financial attitudes and behaviours are often influenced by the information we collect and the way that we choose to look at or deal with the information that we are […]

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IPA’s View on the 2017 Budget

Watch this video to see the Institute of Public Accountants view on the 2017 Australian Federal Budget as outlined by IPA’s CEO Andrew Conway.

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Sandra Sully’s Budget Overview

Sandra Sully and Hugh Riminton discuss several key announcements concerning the 2017-18 Budget. The Budget will likely affect a diverse range of Australian households, individuals and businesses along with the […]

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2017 Budget: Fairness, opportunity and security

The 2017-18 Federal Budget was built upon fostering ‘Fairness, Opportunity and Security’. There is a vision to turn the budget to a $7.4 billion surplus in 2021 after introducing the […]

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Judson Brewer: A simple way to break a bad habit

As the wise Aristotle once said, “We are what we repeatedly do”. Sometimes easier said than done, breaking a bad habit and replacing it with a good one can be helped with a little something called ‘mindfulness’. Psychiatrist Judson Brewer speaks on this simple tactic to help combat bad habits that may be holding us back from reaching our future goals. (more…)

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