Advice for Families
There are more important things to focus on than finances at this stage of life.
You are juggling many financial issues, paying your mortgage, raising and educating your children. All while trying to keep one eye on what your future will look like. A regular financial health check can ensure you are on the right path and can shift your focus to more important issues.
Self Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSF)
Self Managed Super Funds (SMSFs) are an increasingly popular option for those who want greater flexibility or control over their retirement savings. For those with larger superannuation balances, establishing a SMSF is one of the many options available.
We all know of someone who has been involved in a messy estate. Whether its because of no Will, or disgruntled family members, poor or no estate planning can result in an expensive, timely and traumatic experience for all involved.
Lump Sum Insurance
The diagnosis of a medical condition, total disability and death can place significant stress on a family’s finances. Life insurance that can provide an agreed lump sum at this time can assist the recovery process greatly.
Income Protection Insurance
It is often said that your earnings capacity is one of your greatest assets. So, protecting it makes sense. Our advisers can tailor a solution just for you, speak to them today.
Shares & Listed Investments
Through our long term relationship with Morgans Financial, we can provide access to shares and other ASX-listed investments.
Portfolio Management & Review
Diversification is important, but often due to the administrative nightmare of managing a number of investments, investors limit the quantity. Let our advisers devise a portfolio management strategy that can ensure adequate diversification and risk minimisation.
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Advice for other stages of life…
Busy people understand the importance of aligning themselves with people they can trust.
So many strategies and ever-changing legislation can take the gloss off of what retirement really is; the start of the rest of your life.
Organising aged care for a loved one is traumatic and emotional enough, even without the money side of things.