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Posted on 01. Oct, 2018 by admin.
© AMP Life Limited. First published August 2017 With nearly one in three people planning to save their tax return, have you considered what you might do with yours? This year more than 75% of Australians expect to receive a tax return, with a large portion of the population planning to use the money they […]
Posted on 01. Dec, 2016 by admin.
Science reveals how our human – hardwiring can get in the way and cost us much more than we think. As humans we have changed a lot over time. Vast periods of time have seen us adapt and evolve – from hunting for food to ordering online and as our behaviour has changed, our brains […]
Posted on 14. Aug, 2016 by admin.
Peter White joins Abound Financial and Lifestyle Planning as a new adviser Firstly, we are delighted to announce that Peter White has recently joined the practice as a Financial Adviser. Peter joins us from an independent practice in Hawthorn where he provided ongoing reviews and analysis for their clients. When you are next in the […]
Posted on 16. Dec, 2015 by admin.
We’ve had a fantastic year here at Abound Financial & Lifestyle Planning. We have created a special Christmas video for you as below. We would like to thank you all for your continuous support and also for all your referrals throughout 2015. We wish you, your family and friends a Merry Christmas and a very […]
Posted on 21. Mar, 2014 by admin.
It may have taken a brilliant mathematician, such as Albert Einstein, to declare that “compound interest is the eighth wonder of the world’’ but it took a brilliant investor, Warren Buffett, to prove the theory in all its wonderful glory. Mr Buffett, one of the canniest investors around, explained that his “wealth has come from […]
Posted on 28. Mar, 2011 by admin.
One of the most common backyard barbeque debates in Australia relates to which provides better investment returns — property or shares? Australians are widely known to have had a long love affair with direct property, but an interest in sharemarket investing has also been on the rise over recent years.
Posted on 21. Mar, 2011 by admin.
According to expert portfolio managers, two of the best times to buy equities during this investment lifetime were after the economic recoveries of 1974 and 1990. The lead-up periods to each of these recoveries were also the closest in terms of economic meltdown to what we have recently been through, and are facing now. In 1974 and 1990, after the first spurt of economic growth, growth decelerated again (as it has in this past quarter) before the economy took off again.
Posted on 07. Mar, 2011 by admin.
Too young to start investing? It’s never too early to start. In fact, the earlier you start investing, the better – not only will you have more time in the market to increase your potential returns, but you will reap the benefits of compounding interest (or interest on your interest).
Posted on 11. Jan, 2011 by admin.
Every parent, and grandparent for that matter, wants the best for their children, so if you are in a position to invest money specifically for your children’s future, you should follow the same approach as if you were investing for yourself.