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An Australian blog that provides useful information on retirement planning, superannuation, and the financial world in an easy-to-understand manner.

March 18, 2024

The silent killer – the effects of inflation and purchasing power

If you held an investment for 15 years, would you prefer it to make nominal returns of 12.5% per annum, or 20.3% per...

April 7, 2023

With structure comes freedom

Do you bristle when you hear the words ‘structure’, ‘budgeting’ or ‘cash flow’? Many people do! But the reality is that...

March 31, 2023

You want volatility!

The exclamation mark on the title of this blog is to show just how important volatility really is when it comes to...

January 13, 2023

Avocados for $1 from $2 (companies down by 50%)

Usually when the price of an item goes down, we want to stock up on it. When avocados, for example, drop to $1, what do...

January 10, 2023

Thoughtful, considered and delayed spending

Are your spending habits thoughtful, considered and delayed? Or are you an impulse buyer?

January 6, 2023

There is no next thing in retirement

Talking to a friend recently who had paid off a loan not too long ago, Dallas came to a conclusion: no matter how old...

January 3, 2023

You may be doubling up on cash without even knowing

We recently met with two couples at different stages of their working lives. One couple is fully retired and has...

December 30, 2022

The market doesn’t fall, there are just more sellers than buyers

People often talk about a fall or a drop in the sharemarket. But it’s not as simple as that. The market doesn’t really...

December 27, 2022

Get in the habit of looking for good news

When it comes to the history of humanity, it’s easy to get caught up with the negative things like wars, famine and...

December 23, 2022

Retirement fears and how these fears affect your potential plan

According to Nick Murray, a well-known expert in financial advice, people’s financial fears can be categorised into...