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Time to fire your advisor?

Disposing of the services of a financial advisor shouldn’t be done after one or two bad patches, but if there is a reason to part ways, then the quickest way is best.

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A rough guide to establishing an SMSF

Last month we introduced self managed super funds (SMSFs), the fastest growing area of super. […]

Financial planning, with integrity

Financial planning requires attention to detail and a structured plan. […]

Will you outlive your money?

It is never too early to plan retirement, because gambling with your future is not to be advised. […]

The best investment strategy

Rather than hoping all your investments outperform the market, there is another approach that can help maintain an upward trajectory for your bottom line.

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Financial lessons from the Olympic Games

For many, the Olympics is a fun and welcome distraction from the ongoing economic uncertainty. With the saturation media coverage, it’s difficult not to be moved and inspired by epic stories of success and near miss. […]

Give investing a try

Although you may find it hard to believe, there are many things that make for both a great tactical rugby game plan, and a great investment strategy. […]

Children and money

Now might be a good time to think about how and what your children will learn from your financial behaviour. […]

How to manage the financial fallout from a divorce or separation

How do you manage the financial fallout of heartbreak? […]

The ethics of the Wolf of Wall Street

Tim Mackay takes aim at Hollywood’s portrayal of someone who destroyed lives, yet is being celebrated through the medium of film.  […]