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How To Increase Your Net Worth Without Spending A Cent

In recent blogs I’ve been talking a lot about investing in your money, but do you invest in your relationships? We can spend a lot of time dreaming about increasing our net worth but do we spend too much time focussing on the wrong set of assets? In today’s blog we are going to look…

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What’s a financial plan, and why do you need one?

Less than 20% of Australian’s have a financial plan, yet it is reported that 63% of people with a written financial plan say they feel financially stable, compared to only 28% of those without a plan. Put simply, a financial plan is an overview of your goals and the steps you need to take to…

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A New Year, A New You – why resolutions fail and how to change that

Did you know that, by February, the failure rate of people that set New Year’s resolutions is 80%? That’s right, only 1 in 5 people manage to stick to their resolutions within the first month! This is no state secret. In fact, it’s been used against us for some time. The cigarette industry, for example,…

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The Best Way to Manage Personal and Business Debt for a Fresh Start in 2021

“7 million Aussies are losing sleep because of financial concerns” – Spaceship Australia now has the second largest household debt to income ratio in the world, meaning that for every $100 in income, the average Australian household owes $185. Headlines like the above are easy to find in today’s economy.  What is not easy to…

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How to be Financially Savvy this Christmas

No one could have predicted 2020, but what we do know is that Christmas will be on the 25th of December. However, there’s no denying that we’ve had bigger things to worry about this year than the coming Christmas period, which is bearing down on us faster than a freight train. So, it would make…

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13 Common Myths & Misunderstandings About Bankruptcy

Understandably, no one wants to consider bankruptcy, as it can have an effect on your financial situation for several years. However, most people that file for bankruptcy usually find themselves stronger and more financially stable on the other side of it. Remember that classic childhood game Snakes & Ladders? Well, like the game, sometimes you…

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