Women Are Building Financial Intelligence

International Women’s Day on 8 March encourages us to aim for parity for women. On average, Australian women are paid 17.1% less than meni. They also tend to spend more time away from paid work to have children and care for loved ones which impacts their income, savings and superannuation ...
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Give Your Career a Health Check

Health... check. Finances... check. Career... check? Are you happy at work? Do you jump out of bed excited about tackling your next project? Or are you counting down the days until your holidays or retirement? If you answered ‘yes’ to the last question, it might be time to give your ...
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7 Tips On How To Retire Early

Are you dreaming about early retirement, but unsure how to go about it? You might be surprised to learn that Aussies are retiring earlier, with 25% of men retiring before age 55 and 50% retiring between 55 to 64 years. For women, the figures are higher, with 55% stopping work ...
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7 Tips To Travel On a Budget

Careful planning can help you enjoy a great holiday, whatever your budget. Does it feel like ages since your last holiday? Maybe with responsibilities like paying off your credit card, saving for your first home, or paying back your university fees, your next holiday still seems a long way off… ...
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The Outlook For 2017

The outlook for 2017 is in places easy, in other places hard and in one particular area, near impossible. Let’s start with the impossible. I am often asked for my view on the Australian dollar against the US, Euro and Pound sterling. I think I have got this right about ...
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