Are politicians finally trying to help Australia's first home buyers?

Posted by Julian Nowland / Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Here in Australian we love property. We love being in it, renovating it, talking about it and complaining about it. ..

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Rentvesting – buying the dump, to afford the palace

Posted by Josh Cratchley / Friday, February 03, 2017

For as long as anyone can remember, owning your own home has been the great Australian dream. Exactly why I’m not sure. The Europeans certainly don’t understand it. ..

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Sydney's property market: 3 reasons why it's so hard to get into

Posted by Julian Nowland / Friday, December 16, 2016

Another day, and another report that Sydney’s property market is one of the most expensive in the world. ..

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Keep it simple: avoid complexity when seeking an SMSF

Posted by Julian Nowland / Friday, November 04, 2016

When new clients come to see us, they usually need help with some financial complicity or milestone event in their lives they don’t have the time, expertise or motivation to deal with themselves. ..

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When two worlds collide: 6 things Australian expats and foreign nationals living in Australia should look for in a financial adviser

Posted by Josh Cratchley / Friday, September 23, 2016

What makes an expert an expert? Are people born to be natural public speakers? Or do they stumble through their first few engagements, and slowly, over time, become more and more comfortable with standing at the front and being the centre of attention? ..

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So smart that you’re dumb with money? Why your intelligence could be keeping you broke

Posted by Julian Nowland / Monday, September 05, 2016

Why are so many smart people so stupid when it comes to money? ..

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Start creating wealth by aiming for nothing

Posted by Julian Nowland / Saturday, November 28, 2015

If you’re about to embark on your wealth creation journey, you may be wondering what you should aim for first. ..

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Fight Club – A masterpiece in Advice

Posted by Josh Cratchley / Thursday, October 22, 2015

From the day we start school (if not before), we’re told that we are all unique examples of the roughly 100 billion humans who have walked the earth. ..

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