A high return on ‘educational’ investment

Published: February 27, 2013

Australians are increasingly participating in education according to Smart Australians[1],the AMP.NATSEM Income and Wealth Report, which explores two key concepts in our society – education and innovation. This is great news, and as the report states the quality of education and the capacity to innovate are critical to a nation’s prosperity.  The report uncovers key […]

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For better… or for worse…

Published: February 27, 2013

When you’re part of a couple, there are plenty of ways to juggle your joint finances and grow your super. If one of you is working less, the partner with the higher income could reduce their tax by making spouse contributions. If your spouse has an assessable income of less than $13,800 for a given […]

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How to grow your super

Published: January 16, 2013

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Know your insurance

Published: November 26, 2012

From beneficiaries and benefits to policies and premiums, personal insurance is full of technical terms. Here are some common questions – and answers – that may help you better understand the world of insurance, and how it can help ease financial stress resulting from difficult and challenging life events. Is there a rule of thumb […]

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Got term deposits on your mind?

Published: November 26, 2012

The basics A term deposit is like a locked bank account. You agree to a fixed interest rate in exchange for investing your money for a set amount of time. It offers certainty and security, and you know exactly how much you are getting and when you are getting it. The global financial crisis has […]

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Super – in it for the long term

Published: November 26, 2012

Superannuation is specifically designed to help you save and invest for your retirement. It’s all about helping you take control of your own retirement, rather than rely on the age pension. It’s your money! When you first start in the workforce, it’s easy to dismiss super as money you can’t access or ‘lost’ money. It’s […]

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