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Over the last few weeks, we have seen the world shocked by COVID-19. We are living in extraordinary times with countries going into lockdown, self-isolation becoming more important, grocery stores having bare shelves and people uncertain about what the future may hold for them, especially surrounding job security and finance security. We have pieced together...
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Confidence is all important in our economy. When consumers are confident in the stability of their income, they spend more and power the economy. Under the Coronavirus threat, Australians are likely to spend less.  The fear of losing their income source curbing their enthusiasm to spend in the economy. Additionally, workers will be unable to...
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Australia’s economy Scott Morrison has urged businesses to keep staff on, with Qantas announcing plans to put workers on paid leave as they cut capacity by 25% for the next 6 months. In a statement from CEO Alan Joyce, “Less flying means less work for our people, but we know coronavirus will pass and we...
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The cash rate decision for March has been announced by the RBA with a rate cut. The RBA has reduced the cash rate to a new record low of 0.50% in response to the economic threat posed by the coronavirus outbreak and bush fire crisis. Whilst the Reserve Bank would have been encouraged by recent...
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Do you know how much you will need for retirement? Recently, we’ve seen the figure of $1 million thrown around as the magic number for retirement. Realistically there is no perfect number needed for retirement. How much you need will differ from person to person depending on a person’s ideas and wishes for their retirement...
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What may seem like a fantasy to some, we often get asked how exactly is it possible to build a property portfolio of 5 properties in the next 5 years? For some obtaining 5 properties in 5 years is plausible and for others it may mean dipping your toes into the world of investment opportunity...
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Credit: Mick Pollard Unsplash The damage from the current fires burning is expected to eclipse the $4.4billion hit that our economy took in 2009, this according to Moody’s credit rating agency.   Given the fires in 2009 burnt 450,000 hectares and the current fires have burned 8.4million hectares, news that the economic impact will also...
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2019 was a year of two halves. The first half pre-election of decline, and the second half post-election, which saw one of the fastest turnarounds in Australian property history. Price rises were boosted by falling interest rates and looser lender on the back of decreased APRA restrictions. Experts predict price rises to increase into 2020,...
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With the end of the last decade, and the start the twenties, Australians have been setting their goals for the new year to come. Most of us set ourselves goals for the year to come. Some are well-thought out and better planned than others.   Wanting to make positive changes in yourself is something for...
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The festive season is a favourite time of year for many of us. Getting together with family and friends, enjoying summer, extravagant food and the holidays are just some of the reasons why we love the end of the year. However, it can also be an expensive month or so, with gift-giving adding stress and...
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