August 2016 Update

August 2016 Update

Here’s a confronting question: what would you do if the main breadwinner in your household could no longer bring in an income? Do you have a Plan B? Most people don’t. This is why insurance is paramount.

Curve balls, they’re unexpected, often deceptive and it’s impossible to predict their trajectory. That’s why they’re so devastating – in sport and in life.

Curve balls are pretty common, but so few people are prepared for them. With the mortgage to pay, school fees to fund and day-to-day living expenses to meet, you could run down your savings very quickly and face financial difficulty.

If you don’t have a plan B in place, please contact our office today!

This Newsletter looks at the Olympic journey of Chris Anstey, why Super is important and when the right time is to get advice.

We hope you enjoy this Newsletter, and as always, we urge you to call our office for personal advice if there is any area that you need to discuss.

My Olympic Journey – Chris AnsteyDepositphotos_85080176_m-2015

With the 2016 Rio Olympic games well underway we wanted to take a moment to share the Olympic journey of Chris Anstey, two-time Olympian and the ambassador for our financial body, La Trobe Financial.

In this article the former Olympian, Chris Anstey, discusses his Olympic Journey.

Click here to read entire article.

What is the point of Super?Sherlock Holmes Deerstalker Hat, Vintage Clock, Retro Magnifier And Smoking Pipe On The Black Table Background. Overhead View. Investigation Concept.

This simple question was raised by the Murray Review (financial system inquiry) and the Review suggested that the answer should be “to provide income in retirement to substitute or supplement the Age Pension”.

Click here to read entire article.


When is the right time to get advice?Cute child on the phone

As a general rule, it’s never too early and never too late to seek the advice of a professional financial adviser. If you think financial advice is just about helping you to save more for your retirement, think again.

Click here to read entire article.


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For more information please contact Gary Jones on 0407 047 917 or Stephen Wait on 0438 227 811 to talk about any of the articles covered in this month’s newsletter.

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