• Investment options for young up and comers

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    While in theory any and all investment options are open to investors of any kind, the asset that might work for you when you're nearing retirement and aiming to grow your nest egg may not be the best one when you're young and just starting out, …

  • Saving money for the big overseas adventure

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    Going on an overseas adventure is a rite of passage that practically every Australian goes through. It's your chance to broaden your horizons and educate yourself on the wider world. However, a trip around Europe, America, Asia or even the world isn' …

  • Is it debt consolidation time already?

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    If you're embarking on a long-term financial strategy, then it's likely you've heard about debt consolidation. Rolling all your debts into one can certainly be a useful solution for getting your finances in order - it's going to be much …

  • Going the extra mile for your retirement planning

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    Retirement may seem impossibly far away, especially on Monday mornings when you report for work bright and early. But the truth is every day that passes is one step closer to a post-work life. Ask yourself this: Would you rather enter …

  • Make tax time easy!

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    Doing your taxes can often feel like being back in school, studying a confusing subject you don't fully understand. However, unlike school, the wrong answer won't just mean poor marks, it could also mean lost money or costly financial …

  • Unclaimed superannuation: Take what's yours!

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    The only constant in life is change. We move. We change jobs. Sometimes we even change names! While this is a normal part of life, it can also mean important financial considerations falling through the cracks - such as well-earned …

  • Get educated on your student loans

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    It's always a good idea to try and avoid debt when you're young. Without the savings, income and experience necessary to tackle larger debts, owing too much money too soon can be a major blow to your cash management strategy. However, …

  • Forget the worm - the early bird gets the cash!

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    Whether it's superannuation strategy or building long-term wealth, financial planners are likely to give you the same advice: Start now instead of later! Saving for a holiday? Hoping to secure a comfortable retirement? Either way, the …