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  • How to Choose the Right Accountant for Tax Time

    With the end of the financial year (EOFY) and tax time just around the corner, you might be thinking about getting an accountant to help you make the most of your tax return. Choosing the right accountant doesn’t have to be stressful—think of it like finding the perfect coffee shop ...

  • How to Choose the Right Accountant for Tax Time

    With the end of the financial year (EOFY) and tax time just around the corner, you might be thinking about getting an accountant to help you make the most of your tax return. Choosing the right accountant doesn’t have to be stressful—think of it like finding the perfect coffee shop ...

  • Rentvesting: A Modern Path to Home Ownership

    In today’s difficult financial climate, owning a home can seem out of reach for many. This is where "rentvesting" comes into play - a strategy that allows you to live where you can afford and invest where it makes the most sense financially. For previous generations, buying a home was ...

  • Unlocking the Benefits of Paying Off Your Mortgage Early

    Paying off your mortgage early might sound like a daunting task, but the benefits are substantial and can greatly enhance your financial wellbeing in the long run. Here's a breakdown of why paying off your mortgage early is valuable and some practical ways to achieve it. Why Pay Off Your ...

  • My 5 Priorities When It Comes To Your Finances (In Order)

    In navigating the complex landscape of personal finance, the question often arises: where should one begin? Should you pay off your credit card debt or should you top up your super? Establishing a clear plan is key to reducing financial stress and securing a brighter, financially well future. Let me ...

  • Finding Financial Harmony: Balancing Saving, Spending, and Giving

    Managing your money is like laying the foundation for a secure financial future, whether you're a seasoned investor or just starting out on your financial journey, you need to find your financial harmony. Getting a handle on this aspect of your life can truly make a difference in both your ...

  • I’ve reached 60, now what do I do?

    Reaching age 60 and retiring after a lifetime in the workforce can be very daunting, even if you have enough financially with your superannuation and savings.  This can truly mark the beginning of a new chapter in your life, I like to call the ‘Third Act’. Here are some things ...

  • Jamila’s story – divorced and needing a plan

    Jamila’s story is one that, unfortunately, is not atypical of the people we see at a very difficult time in their lives. In Jamila’s case a major shift to her life came not through the death or illness of her partner, but as a result of a divorce in her ...

  • Unravelling your Financial DNA: why it’s so important to understand your Money Personality

    Money is a big part of our lives, influencing our choices and opportunities. Each person's relationship with money is unique and understanding your "money personality" is like learning about yourself. It's more than just knowing – it's a tool that can shape how your financial future looks. In this essay, ...

  • Worried about buying a home with interest rates on the rise?

    Worried about buying a home with interest rates on the rise? It might seem a bit intimidating, but there are some major benefits still to consider that make it worthwhile, including negative gearing, and let's break them down: 1. Capital Growth: If you are looking to build assets whether property, ...

  • Let’s finally get real about New Year’s resolutions

    If you don’t want to give up after about three months which is on average how long we last on NY resolutions, you need to follow these simple steps but importantly it’s the last one that makes all the difference.  What’s also different about this set of steps, I have ...

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