With technology pressuring us to ‘be on’ 24/7, taking a digital detox can provide many benefits.
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While you’re saving for your retirement, it’s worth thinking about what you want to be doing when you finish working, and how much it might cost you.
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Maintaining a budget is a powerful way to control your money.
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Here are a few simple steps to prepare your home and business for winter weather conditions.
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Protecting your wealth 29/06/2017
How personal insurance can help you and your family.
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Are you, or anyone you know, eligible for a government top-up to your super?
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Cyber liability is no longer an urban myth.
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Here’s a roundup of some of the key proposals put forward, and a look at how they might affect your financial goals — whether you’re starting out in your working life, building a career and family, or enjoying the fruits of your labour in retirement.
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When it comes to passing-on your super money, you need to put specific plans in place so the right people end up with it when the time comes.
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How much money you'll need will depend on a variety of things.
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As technology advances and we become increasingly more connected, the risk of cyber crime and data corruption rises. Stakeholders are seeking assurance that the companies they deal with are prioritising data and cyber security.
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What is it and do I really need it? Management liability insurance is not just for large business but any company with employees as it covers ...
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Are you fully covered? 21/12/2016
Tips on how to avoid underinsurance of your home contents.
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When it comes to deciding between super and your home loan there’s a lot to consider. If you’re paying off your home loan but you also understand the value in building up your super, you may find yourself trying to balance your present needs with those you’ll have in your future.
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How will they impact you? We cover some of the factors to be aware of given changes have just passed in parliament and are due to become superannuation law.
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Love it or loathe it, travelling across states or overseas is part of running a business. And while flights are cheaper in recent years, travel costs can get out of hand fast.
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Having insurance is your protection if something goes wrong, so the last thing you need is someone questioning your honesty and the validity of your claim.
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Are you dreaming about early retirement, but unsure how to go about it?
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If you’re wondering what’s involved in self managed super and whether it’s a good option for you, here are some things to consider.
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Every business will have different needs when it comes to insurance. We have listed three common types of cover that many businesses consider when expanding.
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If you’re finding it hard to get started in your chosen career—or your kids are doing it tough—you’re not alone.
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As we say hello to the 2016/17 financial year, it’s a good time to put new habits for success in place for the coming year.
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Working from home is a reality for many small businesses. As well as helping to reducing costs, it is often a lifestyle choice, but is your business protected?
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New research shows one in three Australians think retirement is too far away to plan for. That’s a big mistake. Take it from me, the day when you’re ready to hang up your work boots is likely to roll around far more quickly than you anticipate, and it pays to be prepared.
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You can help kids and young people with disabilities living in our community.
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This year’s Budget proposes the biggest changes to super in almost a decade. The proposed changes mainly affect contributions rules and the tax breaks available in super. If the Budget comes into effect, it would be after new laws are passed—then the proposed measures would take effect on 1 July 2017.
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Federal Budget 2016-17 4/05/2016
Federal Treasurer Scott Morrison forward a number of proposed changes, mainly around contributions to superannuation and taxation, in the budget last night. Here’s a brief roundup of what the proposals could mean for you.
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If managing life’s everyday complexities only seem achievable when you’re daydreaming about the chef, cleaner, personal assistant or nanny that you don’t have, you’re probably not alone.
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Taking stock of how your life’s travelling at the start of a new year is a great idea but you might feel more urgency if you’ve recently come to the end of a serious, long term relationship or gone through a divorce.
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International Women’s Day on 8 March encourages us to aim for parity for women.
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It is the end of January and if your resolutions are already starting to fade, we have some tips to keep your financial resolutions on track.
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Love and Money 24/12/2015
Are you or your partner making sneaky ATM trips? Engaging in late-night online banking sessions? If so, you – or they – could be guilty of ‘financial infidelity’. Forget sex, religion or politics, the experts all agree that money is the most common cause of relationship tension.
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When it comes to arranging insurance it’s important to decide what types of insurance are available to you and what you’ll need for your particular life circumstances.
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Travel insurance 101 23/12/2015
Before you head off, or at least start planning, your next holiday, don’t forget that travel insurance is as important as a passport, regardless of your destination.
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"Good evening and welcome to the evening news. Our top story - the All Ordinaries rose by one point on limited trading with little economic data of any consequence released today". That's a line viewers are unlikely to hear when they flick on the 6pm news.
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With the current growth of alternative options for holiday accommodation such as AirBNB, house swapping and even boarding for exchange students, it is important to understand if your insurance policies are able to protect your property and assets.
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Retirement is a life event that many of us long for, dreaming of the day we don’t ‘have’ to work anymore and we can finally achieve the ‘financial freedom’ we have saved for. But it can also mean a period of adjustment as we settle into a new version of our life.
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Workplace accidents can happen in any business, no matter how well you are prepared. An effective emergency response is important in maintaining staff safety and business continuity in the event of a workplace incident.
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Whether you’re a stay-at-home mum or working part-time one thing you shouldn’t put on hold is planning for your retirement.
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Save for something big 12/08/2015
Many people don’t find budgeting and saving easy, nor is it on top of their priority list. Have a look at these top five saving strategies.
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With half of all Australian men and one-third of Australian women expected to be diagnosed with cancer by the age of 85*, many families are learning first-hand how an illness can interrupt even the best arranged plans.
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It’s time to drop your debt weight and get financially fit. You enjoy a challenge – right? Then step towards financial fitness by cutting your debts this year.
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In our fast-paced world, the desire for a better work/life balance is a common goal. It affects everyone from young professionals working long hours to get ahead, dual income households juggling inflexible jobs and children, and older workers wanting more time to help care for grandchildren or ease into retirement.
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Mid-winter is typically a time we start thinking about a holiday. The shorter days and cooler temperatures often have us dreaming of getting away from it all and taking some time out – preferably somewhere warm.
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Your car is more than a means of transport, it is also a significant investment and an important piece of equipment in helping you achieve what you set out to do each day. Your car insurance is something you may not give much thought to other than paying the premium, until you need to make a claim. However, having adequate cover to suit your needs can help minimise stress in the event of claim.
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Keep your money, identity and personal information safe Have you ever left your phone behind? It’s an odd feeling—like part of you is missing. And even though you’ll only feel right with it back in your hand, if your phone’s secure you’ll have peace of mind that your money and identity are safe in the meantime.
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