Debt recycling is a strategy that aims to help you pay off your non-deductable debt (e.g., your existing home loan) as quickly as possible, while also building up your wealth in a tax-effective way over the longer term. But how does this strategy work, and can it help you get ahead?
What will happen to your superannuation following separation? How is superannuation division decided? How can you arrange to split super with your ex-partner? Find out more in this article.
It's a question that will run through all of our minds. How much superannuation do we need for a comfortable retirement? In this article we look at two types of retirement lifestyle: modest and comfortable, and how much singles and couples need.
It’s been a year of change like no other and that extends to tax and superannuation. As the end of the financial year approaches, now is a good time to check some new and not so new ways to reduce tax and boost your savings.
If you’ve owned an individual income protection or salary continuance policy in recent years, you may have seen your premiums increase as insurers struggled to cover their large losses on these products.
Money makes the world go around. But when it comes to relationships, it can sometimes stop them in their tracks. To help us navigate these sometimes challenging conversations, we are joined by Financial Adviser Gretel Chiswell.
The Invest Blue office in Scone was only established late last year but the key people at the helm bring a wealth of knowledge to the business. Collectively, Financial Planners Michael Gillett and Ben Hodges have five decades of experience in financial and accounting services. These two new faces to Invest Blue have worked and lived in various corners of the globe, but Michael and Ben are now firmly focused on sharing their expertise with their hometown community.
The number of young adults living in the family home well into adulthood is growing. ABS data indicates, amongst adults under 35, nearly one third are still at home, and the trend is on the rise.
The principle of ‘salary sacrificing’ may not sound very appealing but it can have some real financial benefits. So is it worth it? and how can you use it to get ahead?