Faced with average lower earnings, possible time out from the workforce to raise children, and longer life expectancy, it can be a struggle for women to save enough money in their super. According to the 2017 HILDA survey, Australian women … read more
Many younger Australians are joining the Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) movement. Is it right for you?
When you’re starting out in the workforce and building your career, retirement can seem like a long way away.
And with the age … read more
Super statements come but once a year (or twice with some funds). When yours arrives, it’s important to take a proper look because it could become one of the biggest assets you’ll ever have. Here’s our quick guide to what … read more
One fact of life is certain, we don’t stay young forever. As we grow older, everyday tasks can become tiresome; we suffer inevitable aches and pains and often have difficulty remembering things. But the ageing process should be seen as … read more
A divorce from your husband or wife, or a separation from your de facto, could mean a division of your assets and debts, whether they’re held separately or together, and superannuation is no exception.
Another thing to note is even … read more
Imagine feeling financially protected, well here are the 10 things I can help you with:
- Manage your cash flow
It’s a simple statement to say that you’ll never get ahead if you spend more than you earn, yet in many … read more
We women need to realise there are particular issues and considerations facing us when it comes to money (that generally don’t apply to men) and for us to look forward to a secure financial future and be financially independent and … read more
Just like New Year’s resolutions forgotten by February, there always seems to be increased activity around making the most of superannuation contribution strategies in the lead up to June 30 each and every year.
But have you stopped to consider … read more