2020 started off a little unexpectedly, your grand travel plans may have been cancelled and many will be feeling the financial impact of the Coronavirus for some time, it’s important not to lose sight of your goals however large or small. The start of the new financial year brings the perfect opportunity for a 2020 reboot!
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How the New South Wales, Queensland and Victorian state governments have responded with financial support for businesses, communities and individuals.
The Coronavirus pandemic is unlike anything we have seen or experienced in our lifetime, impacting all facets of life and economy, including lives, livelihoods, GDP of nations, equity markets, commodity markets, and property markets. So, is now a good time to purchase your next home or is it best to wait it out?
The drop in the share market might have you thinking, is now the time to make your move and buy some shares? For those of you already invested in the share market you may be experiencing some fear and uncertainty around your investments and already understand the risk of the game.
Each quarter, the people at Invest Blue focus our effort and energy to a different cause hoping to do a little bit to help others in need. In the past we have supported the Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea (and we will again this year, with a virtual tea!), the Red Cross’ LifeBlood program, and Share the Dignity to name a few.
For many years, our practice has been taking advantage of technology as it has evolved. We have always believed that technology can be a great enabler to allow for better client experience, a more efficient and enjoyable workplace for our people, as well as greater consistency and compliance in our work.
Given the volatility of the market and talk of a looming recession, we would not be surprised to hear you are currently feeling a level of uncertainty around your investments, especially for those heavily invested in stocks and shares or are expecting to access their super in the next few years.
If you or a member of your household has been financially impacted by the Coronavirus, it can be a challenging time figuring out how you are going to make ends meet. So, what benefits apply to renters and how should you approach a landlord to discuss a potential rent reduction?