Financial Planning and Control

How to spend less and save more in 2019

With a new year kicking off we often feel the need to hit the reset button on our old habits and create some new ones.  I personally think anytime is a good time to do this, and you don’t have to wait till the end of a calendar year.  New ...
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Tips to Save Your January this Christmas

This week’s idea came about after achat I had with Peter, the CEO of the personal financial assistant app we use for out clients here at 7Wealth – MoneyBrilliant.What Peter has found is that just after Christmas time, MoneyBrilliant receives an influx of over-zealous Christmas shoppers attempting to get their finances ...
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I Want it Now: Teaching 4-6 year olds about money

“But I want it now!” Every parent no doubt hears these words from their children daily; “Mum/Dad, can I get a new… I want a … But Sarah has one …” So what’s your response? Are you taking the opportunity to start teaching your kids the foundation of money management? ...
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Financial Stress: Are you suffering?

Close to one in three Aussies are feeling the financial pinch, with money worries leading to sleep loss, relationship conflicts, isolation, and a wide range of further problems. These were the findings of the inaugural Financial Stress Index, compiled by the global research firm CoreData on behalf of Financial Mindfulness, ...
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Start Your Financial Year With a Confident Smile

The start of a new financial year is always a good time to review your finances, and make sure they’re all on track. To help you start this financial year with a confident smile, we present our 8 steps to financial readiness for 2018. 1.Check in on your goals. You ...
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What’s your Plan B?

A month ago, our life was turned upside down. Our youngest son, only 7 weeks old at the time, spent six days in the ICU at the Royal Children’s Hospital. He had bronchiolitis, which made it hard for him to breathe, and RSV, a really bad cold. Those six days ...
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