How much should I have in my emergency fund?

When times are tough financially or unexpected bills pop up, having an emergency fund set aside can alleviate stress. Unfortunately, many people choose not to or struggle to find spare cash to put aside. This blog explains the importance of an emergency fund and offers clever savings tips to get your fund growing. Read More

Is it possible to retire early?

Ever dreamt of throwing in your nine-to-five job and retiring early? I think we all have! Yet without winning Tattslotto or inheriting a fortune from a long lost relative, just how possible is it to structure your finances so you never have to work again? Read More

Working from home? Here's how to boost your next tax return

Working remotely has become more common as companies began providing the technology to enable employees to work from anywhere. In this article, we take a look at the deductions available to you and how to boost your next tax return. Read More

Transitioning into retirement

According to research, one in three Australians aged 45 or older say they plan to work part-time before retiring altogether.  For those, a good option might be to transition into retirement. Transition to Retirement pensions are tax-free, and TTR strategies can provide a number of benefits. Read More

Five tips to survive a decline in income

Unfortunately, many Australians lose their jobs every day and it can be a stressful period when it comes to covering household expenses. In this article, we provide five tips to help manage your finances if your income has fallen. Read More

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