Hi Prue - thank you for your question. You’re doing so well with your finances, so give yourself a big pat on the back. I see so many people (male and female) who are not in great financial shape but find it almost impossible to change habits and turn themselves ...
Hi and thanks for your question. As you no doubt realise, life is never straight-forward and you certainly have a few issues to consider which not only include financial matters such as possible STD’s (sexually transmitted debt) but also trust issues. It’s great that you are aware of your partner’s ...
Hi Kate, I would definitely not consider investing in Cairns. As you imply, the rental return is around 7% gross which is strong. However, the capital growth is dreadful. The median 5 year growth figures for units in Cairns City and Cairns North are around -25% and – 24%. The ...
While it may feel good to think that you’re saving money for a nest egg, it isn’t as financially sound a decision as paying off credit card debt first. This is because interest rates on credit cards are generally significantly higher than rates you can earn on savings accounts. And ...
Great to hear that you’re coming over to the financial planning industry! Studying the DFP subjects is a great start that will give you a good base but, as with most things, nothing beats hands on experience to enhance your skills and give you a leg up. I know ...
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