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Most people who belong to the Sandwich Generation undergo more stress than any other age group. At times, their retirement and other wealth-building plans for the future have to be put on hold to support their children and their ageing parents. That’s why 1 in 3 older working Australians expect to retire with a mortgage...
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If you are 65 years old or older, you may choose to contribute to your superannuation from the proceeds of selling your dear home. With the recent superannuation changes made, it’s stipulated that you can now put a sum of up to $300,000 in to your super fund. With such an update, many retirees have...
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As defined by the Australian Taxation Office, a self-managed super fund, referred to as an SMSF, is a way for you to take control of your superannuation and save for your retirement. Members of a particular SMSF are themselves trustees and therefore in charge of complying with the tax laws and superannuation. However, SMSFs are...
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  Today, we are going to talk about the current state of the Australian real estate market, and from there, we will help you determine if now is a good time to get involved in the property market. Why Are Home Prices Falling in Australia? For months, housing market conditions in major Australian cities, including...
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Investing in property can be a great financial decision. However, it’s never as simple as buy, hold, and sell. You need to come up with a clear strategy if you intend on investing in the property market. Who knows? You might eventually decide to retire early. You and your spouse might end up separating. Your...
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What is “the silent risk?” Australia is one of the best countries when it comes to pension, health care, and public services. Satisfying lifestyles may have contributed to why there’s an increasing lifespan for its residents. Currently, men are living twice as long compared in the 1800s, with an average age of 80 years old....
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A testamentary trust is established within a person’s last will and testament. It’s a way for grandparents and parents to safeguard all or part of their assets for the benefit of their descendants. This enables them to provide for the future of their children, grandchildren, and the generations to come. Other than that, their descendants...
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What is the ‘Sandwich Generation’? This term refers to people “sandwiched” between having to support their children and their ageing parents. This group faces a dilemma: how to save for retirement while providing emotional and financial needs for loved ones. Key societal factors contribute to the growing sandwich generation. For one, the average lifespan is...
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Aged care is an important issue for Australians, as the desire to grow old while remaining at home is becoming the preference for many. This has led to increased provisions to aged care services not only as separate facilities, but also as a community-focused effort. Care for the Elderly With the general trend towards people...
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Cryptocurrency has become a controversial topic for the finance industry. The world’s interest has especially peaked in 2017 when Bitcoin’s value reached a record high of $19 million before crashing towards late January of this year. Clients keep asking financial advisors about cryptocurrencies, but actually, cryptocurrency is not a financial services product. And many financial...
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