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Phil Mason-Cox (Keys FP) As some of you are already aware our App no longer lives on the Apple App Store, instead, we have made it super easy for you. You will no longer need to enter your username and password to download it, simply visit our NEWS page HERE (on...[Read More]

The multifaceted roles of Financial Advisers today

Most people view financial advisers as investment managers whose job is primarily to select investments and ensure their clients get a certain level of returns. However, the role of a financial adviser goes far beyond this conventional notion. These days, the value...[Read More]

How parents can prepare for the cost of education in Australia

Education is a vital investment in your child’s future, but it can also be a significant financial burden for those who are unprepared. One study shows that although a large majority of Australian parents believe that education plays a significant role in their...[Read More]

Know the benefits and uses of the Commonwealth Seniors Health Card

The Commonwealth Seniors Health Card (CSHC) is a government-funded program in Australia that provides eligible seniors with access to a range of healthcare services and concessions.  The program is designed to assist seniors in managing the costs of healthcare and...[Read More]

How changes in interest rates affect retirees and first-home buyers

Interest rates in Australia have a significant impact on the economy, with effects felt by a range of individuals, including retirees and first-home buyers. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) sets these rates, with changes influenced by a range of factors, including...[Read More]

Renovations to add value to flipping houses

If you’re investing in real estate for resale, you need to know what types of renovations to prioritise. This can help your property create some buzz in the market, with a price you can easily justify to serious buyers. Struggling with what improvements you need...[Read More]

Car subscription service geared to shake up transport

Drivers will be encouraged to “subscribe” to their next car rather than purchasing it in a new push from one of a growing number of vehicle-sharing platforms in Australia. Kinto, an offshoot of Toyota, will launch long-term car rental options on Tuesday to try to...[Read More]

Inflation slows ahead of crunch interest rates decision

Inflation has softened for the second month in a row, building the case for an interest rate pause when the Reserve Bank board meets next week. Consumer prices lifted 6.8 per cent in the 12 months to February, sinking from 7.4 per cent annual growth in January. Another...[Read More]

Family law reform to fix ‘complex and confusing’ system

Children will be put at the centre of proposed law reforms to make court processes for separating families simpler and safer. Attorney-General Mark Dreyfus said the current parenting framework in the Family Law Act was complex, confusing and in some cases led to unsafe...[Read More]

Tax experts to gather for independent summit

Changing Australia’s tax policies to improve the economy, boost wages and balance the budget will be at the heart of a summit to be held in Canberra. Independent MP Allegra Spender has organised a tax roundtable at Parliament House on Friday bringing together some of...[Read More]

Women underpaid $1.3 billion in super over a year

Australian women were underpaid $1.3 billion in superannuation over 12 months thanks to a little-known law from the 1990s. About one in five women did not receive the full amount of superannuation owed to them in the 2019-2020 financial year, according to a new report...[Read More]

Guardrails and guidelines as AI embeds itself deeper

Business leaders, scientists and politicians know the spread of artificial intelligence is unstoppable and are trying to erect guardrails before it transgresses community expectations. The impact of AI at work and school is uncertain and trust is lagging, even as the...[Read More]