Five Financial habits to start

Like any habit, our financial behaviours are formed by doing the same actions repeatedly until they’re second nature. That’s great if you’ve got into the routine of saving regularly – but not so good if you’re one to whip out…

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A guide to managing financial anxiety

Finances are one of the biggest sources of stress in Australia. Whether it’s worrying about making ends meet or planning for the future, anxiety around money can be a huge burden and can affect the quality of your work, life…

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How to save for retirement in your 50s

For many people, your 50s are your golden years, a time when you may be at the pinnacle of your career and some of the big expenses you needed in your 20s, 30s and 40s have levelled out. But, while…

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Paying your mortgage vs. adding to your super

If you’re lucky enough to have a bit of cash left over at the end of the month, you might be thinking about how to make the most of it. Is it sensible to put it towards reducing your mortgage,…

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Should you include your children in your SMSF?

A self-managed super fund can be a great way to prepare for retirement – and you can add up to three other members as trustees quite simply, provided they are friends or family and over 18 years old. So is…

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How to save for retirement in your 40s

Let’s start with the good news: studies show that your income peaks between the ages of 45 and 54. You’ll potentially have more money than ever – but you may also have unexpected or unwelcome expenses, like divorce. At this…

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