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Before we dive in, take a moment to consider which of the following best describes you and your household in terms of your current saving habits?
When managing your personal finances as a couple, it’s important to recognise and address any differences you may have regarding your beliefs on money and your money personality. We discuss ways to help you in this space through the fostering of communication, mutual understanding and teamwork.
From 2 July 2018, the Child Care Benefit and Child Care Rebate will be replaced with a new financial assistance payment for eligible families, the Child Care Subsidy. In this article, we explore the Child Care Subsidy in more detail regarding eligibility, payments and transitioning/claiming.
The end of the financial year is nearly upon us. Where has the year gone? In this article, we discuss several end of financial year planning tips that you may wish to consider prior to 30 June – they may help in terms of minimising your tax liabilities and making the most of the money you earn.
Beliefs on money are protective or liberating ideas, thoughts, or opinions that you hold about money. In this TED Talk, an inspirational individual, Isaac Lidsky, challenges us to let go of excuses, assumptions and fears, and accept the awesome responsibility of being the creators of our own reality.
Imagine being unable to work for a period due to a sickness or injury. How would you and your family cope financially and plan for the future? We illustrate the importance of Income Protection insurance in terms of protecting a vital resource – your income earning capacity.
‘Christmas in May’ is the unofficial catchphrase of this year’s Federal Budget (given a Federal election is on the horizon), but officially it’s being referred to by the Government as a ‘Plan for a Stronger Economy’.