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Outsourcing domestic tasks that were once common household duties is becoming big business in Australia. Busy work schedules, long working hours plus higher disposable and/or dual incomes have resulted in a growing trend for families and couples to pay someone else to do chores in...

January and February are traditionally the months we see a peak in job seeking activity1. Perhaps a  consequence of all those new year’s resolutions for self improvement? Research shows Gen Y is now actively exploring and entering the property market. They are also well known as...

Watching your parents age is never easy. Finding an affordable aged care solution designed to maintain their independence AND provide appropriate support can be equally as challenging. One option gaining popularity is the granny flat. Adapting your home to provide accommodation for parents or in-laws can...

One the greatest gifts we can give our children is to teach them financial literacy. Don’t worry if you’re not a financial whiz yourself - teaching young ones the fundamentals isn’t hard. Parents are hands-down the greatest influence on their children’s behaviour - research shows this...

Excessive credit card usage is typically highest in December -only for us to then be hit with a very scary statement in January. Not a great financial start to the new year!   Here are some simple tips to avoid a new year spending hangover. If you...

Two of our favorite clients recently shared their story about one of their past financial ‘mistakes”.   Early in their married life – 20 odd years ago - Glenn and Toni paid cash for their first car together. Was this a good move? We explore the answer...