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Snapshot October 2018

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By | October 15, 2018|

Mortgage Rates on the Rise

More recently, three of the big four banks and many smaller lenders have lifted mortgage interest rates due to the increased cost of funding. Lenders source much of their funding from overseas markets where interest rates are rising, unlike here where the cash rate remains at an historically low 1.5 per cent. This raises the [...]

By | October 8, 2018|

Spring Newsletter 2018

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By | September 4, 2018|

Snapshot August 2018

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By | August 8, 2018|

Snapshot July 2018

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By | July 4, 2018|

Helping You Find Your Financial Path

When it comes to personal finances and ways to build your wealth it seems that everyone has an opinion – and a preferred pathway for wealth accrual. From your mate down the pub who likes to share his stock market tips to your friend at work who has a constant stream of ‘get rich quick’ [...]

By | June 21, 2018|

Review your Mortgage

If you have a mortgage this is likely to be your biggest monthly expense so it’s a good idea to check your progress at least once a year. Why not use some of the savings you’ve identified and increase your repayments to save interest? If your mortgage has a redraw facility you could use this [...]

By | June 18, 2018|

Take a budget snapshot

You can’t set realistic financial goals and savings targets without knowing how much money you have at your disposal. If you don’t already track your income and spending, then take an annual snapshot as you go through your records to prepare your annual tax return. Deduct your total spending from total income and what’s left [...]

By | June 14, 2018|

Winter Newsletter 2018

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By | June 12, 2018|

Surge in spending ahead of election battle

The Federal Government has turned the spending tap back on, signalling the end of the revenue drought since the GFC and the end of the mining investment boom. Australia is in a much stronger economic position than it was a year ago, but question marks remain over the sustainability of new spending promises and whether business [...]

By | May 14, 2018|