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In our years of experience, we often see people try to hit the ground running when they start out investing. But, just like a child learning to move for themselves, we all need to start with the basics and move from crawling to walking, and then to running. With that, here are our thoughts on developing your investment strategy over time to ensure that you make the most out of your money.
As we continue to sail into unchartered territory, the flow-on effects of the Coronavirus are made evident as our economy continues into recession. The government, RBA and many businesses across Australia have made many tough decisions in this time, and it’s essential to look into what those decisions entail to understand what’s really going on.
The circumstances by which you receive a $100k inheritance may be sad and unexpected. While money cannot replace the life of a lost loved one, we want to give you simple pieces of advice to ensure you get the most out of your family legacy, and even set up financial goals for the next generation.
‘Pivot’ is 2020’s new catchword and, given recent events, everyone’s talking about the importance of pivoting in today’s society. But to be fair, they’re not wrong, especially if you want to thrive in this economy, not just survive.