Don’t Become Another Victim of Identify Theft

It’s an uncomfortable truth that nearly one in ten people experience misuse of their personal financial information each year in Australia, and 5% suffer a financial loss due to identity theft. This continues to happen despite widespread publicity and awareness of internet scams. The problem stems from the ‘it won’t happen to me’ attitude held…
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How to manage losing independence

If you are experiencing a loss of independence, or feel a loved one is in this situation, you can still maintain a sense of control. No one looks forward to losing independence. In fact, research reveals that 75% of older people feared losing independence while only 29% feared dying1. Moving into an aged care facility…
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Preparing for your families future

Death is the last thing people want to think about especially in the prime of life but it's important to consider what will happen to your assets when you die. Should you fall ill or lose the capacity to make decisions for yourself, you need to know how you can give instructions to your family…
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Simple Financial Tips for Women

Carrie Bradshaw famously said in Sex and the City that she liked her money ‘where I can see it – hanging in my closet’. Whilst obviously an exaggeration, a lot of women can relate to this statement because they like to see tangible evidence of their wealth and are less comfortable with long-term financial investments.…
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