I am a massive advocate of the people who take the leap to becoming self-employed, and kick off their own business. After running a business myself, for a number of years now, I understand the risks and struggles involved with giving up the security of regular pay cheque and opting to build something on your
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It’s that time of the year again, the final month before the end of the financial year, which means it is your last chance to make contributions into your super for the current financial year. And there are plenty of reasons why you would want to do this. For most people, it’s a way to
This week the government handed down their Federal Budget and it was the cash spend that we were all expecting, with money going to job training, health funding, childcare, aged care, infrastructure and a number of other areas. The big cash splurge is largely due to the recovery we are still going through from COVID-19
I get this question all the time “Brad, what is the best super fund?” and it is a very difficult question to answer because it’s like asking “what is the best car?”. Do you want a fast car, do you want a reliable car, do you want a petrol car, do you want an electric
It is in a parent’s nature to want to do all they can to help their children succeed in life. Part of this desire, is to help them succeed financially and this leads a lot of parents to wonder – how can I invest on behalf of my children? There are lots of ways you
If you are living and working in Australia, then there is no doubt that you are somewhat familiar with superannuation. It is retirement saving system that was thrust upon us back in 1991 when the government introduced the Superannuation Guarantee to force more people to save for their own retirement rather than rely on government
There is a lot of confusion out there when it comes to applying for life insurance. Should you do it through your super, should you do it outside super, what are the pros and cons of each? This can all get a little bit confusing and I often hear a lot of misconceptions as to
Around April last year I put out a video explaining my thoughts on the impact of COVID on the Australian property market. At that time, there were a lot of risks and a lot of unknowns. Unemployment was increasing, people were putting mortgages on hold, everyone was in panic mode and things looked pretty dire.
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