We all borrow money to buy things when we don’t have the money to pay the full purchase price. Most people borrow to buy personal assets like a home but you can also borrow to access investment opportunities to help grow your wealth.
With interest rates at historical lows, property investment is rapidly becoming one of the most popular ways to build wealth to secure your financial future. But how do you find a property in a location that will give you good capital growth and help to ensure the investment is a success?
With the self-managed superannuation funds (SMSF) reforms which came into effect on 1 July 2014 and the end of the financial year upon us, now is as good a time as any to make sure your SMSF is on track.
For a person in receipt of a part rate Age Pension – as a result of their assets and their income being above the applicable thresholds – understanding the pension they are being paid and working out whether it is correct can sometimes be a hit and miss process.
How much risk should you take with your money? Follow these 3 steps to find out to learn more about your risk appetite.
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Most blue-chip shares have a record of paying stable dividends, over many years. This is just one of the reasons why they form part of my diversified share portfolio.
Think a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) is right for you? Before you start, we think you should ask yourself these 3 questions.