Written by Ivan Fltecher - Senior Adviser If you were age 66 as of 1 July 2020 (ie age 67 by 1 July 2021), then this announcement has come a little too late as retrospectively you qualify under the extended legislation
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Written by Kris Wrenn - Senior Adviser Each year performance comparisons are released for Super funds and the spotlight tends to be on industry funds. Recently my fellow adviser Michal Park released a “2 minute Tuesday” regarding industry Super funds and how they may not be representing themselves accurately and I definitely endure the same frustrations…
Written by Matthew Kerr - Mortgage Broker Despite dire predictions, the Australian property market is booming. How did it happen and where to from here? Feeling richer? The average Australian homeowner has an extra $60,000 equity in their pockets, thanks to a real estate boom no one saw coming.
Written by Written by Aaron Alston - Financial Adviser Historically both property and shares have outperformed cash over a prolonged period of time. Whilst interest rates on home loans and cash are at record lows should you be taking advantage of the investing into either the property market or share market? Here are 2 pros and cons of both asset classes below.
Written by Kris Wrenn - Senior Adviser This month The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has once again named the most livable cities. Little did I realise it over the last few weeks as I have studiously worked on Super strategies and asset allocations , that outside my office window sits the 10th most liveable city in the world.
Written by Juanita Wrenn – Managing Director Investing in shares is more accessible than ever before, with major changes in technology making it easier to invest, more affordable to invest and an abundant amount of information and research at your fingertips. Given the volatile nature of the direct shares, it is not advisable to invest directly with under $50,000.
Written by Juanita Wrenn – Managing Director Investing directly in a property is a dream of many and definitely worth considering for individuals who have the capacity to invest, the cash flow to service and the time frame to hold a property. In the current climate, with historically low-interest rates, tight vacancy rates and a well known undersupply of quality housing, it makes sense to invest in bricks and mortar
Written by Kris Wrenn – Senior Financial Adviser In the investment world infrastructure is considered a sub-sector of the asset... View Article
Written by Michal Park – Senior Adviser Remember when the Reserve Bank of Australia came out and said interest rates... View Article
Written by Michal Park – Senior Adviser I recently had the brand new experience (for me anyway) of engaging a... View Article