Archive for July, 2022

3 ways to start an investing conversation with kids

Jul 25 2022

Most parents would agree that children are notoriously bad at delaying gratification—and truthfully, many adults aren’t so good at it either. Research…

Eight tips to consider in times of volatility

Jul 22 2022

In this environment of heightened uncertainty these eight tips for investing are particularly relevant in times of volatility: 1. Compounding Compound interest…

Who was Theodore R. Johnson, and what’s his message for the under 25’s?

Jul 20 2022

Well, I came across the Theodore R. Johnson story when reading Tony Robbins, Money Master The Game, book a few years ago,…

Inflation in the 70s – baby boomer fantasy or nightmare?

Jul 18 2022

Why central banks must focus on getting inflation back down Dr Shane Oliver – Head of Investment Strategy and Chief Economist, AMP Capital Key…

What makes a good life? Lessons from a study on happiness.

Jul 13 2022

Have you ever wondered what may help to keep us happy and healthy as we go through life? If you think it’s fame and money, you’re not…

Should I take my super as a lump sum?

Jul 11 2022

Taking your super as a lump sum might be tempting, but it won’t be the best option for everyone. You’ve probably spent…

Why it’s so hard to spend money in retirement?

Jul 06 2022

For many, retirement should be a fantastic time of life, the culmination of a life lived working and time spent earning a…

How a 50 bps increase can impact borrowers!

Jul 05 2022

At the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) meeting today it was decided to raise the cash rate by 50 basis points, taking…

7 age pension traps to avoid

Jul 04 2022

Make sure you don’t lose out on your age pension entitlements. After a lifetime of hard work, it’s important you maximise your…

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