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Posted by Jessica Hall on 23.10.2018

Tax Refund & Other Windfalls

Tax season is here again and for some, this will create an unexpected windfall.  Along with a tax refund, windfalls can come in the way of a work bonus, an inheritance, a second household income, or even by ridding ourselves of extra possessions via Gumtree!

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Topics: Wealth creation, Debt Management, Personal Financial Planning, Investment

Posted by Jessica Hall on 17.10.2018

4 Good Places to Stash Your Cash

If there is a good chance you will receive a tax refund this year or by being thrifty you have accumulated some extra cash in your everyday account, try to contain the temptation to splurge or celebrate; instead make it work harder for you.

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Topics: Wealth creation, Personal Financial Planning, Investment

Posted by Jessica Hall on 12.10.2018

Keys to de-stress your mortgage

“Don't sail out farther than you can row back.” This Danish saying is sound advice for anyone thinking of borrowing to buy a home.

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Topics: Personal Financial Planning, Investment, Wealth creation, Debt Management

Posted by GTC Financial Services on 11.08.2017

Three Ways to Invest $10,000 (Besides a Term Deposit)

Saving a five figure sum usually takes a long time, and requires copious amounts of patience and discipline. In a world with low interest rates, a term deposit reaps returns for investors that are not much higher than the official cash rate. That makes other opportunities more enticing for investors who wish to seek higher returns on their savings. Here are three ways people can invest $10,000 that could result in a higher return than the standard term deposit.

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Topics: Investment

Posted by GTC Financial Services on 4.04.2017

Want to Become A Millionaire? Start Now!

If you have been procrastinating when it comes to saving some money for retirement, you’re not alone.  There’s always that new tech gadget to buy, that grand vacation to take.  But you may be paying a higher price for these items than you realize.  You may be giving up your chance to be a millionaire.  Consider this:  If you were to begin saving just $2,000 a year—$167 a month— at age 22 and you earned an average annual rate of 10% on your money over the years, you would be a millionaire before your 65th birthday.  If you wait until you’re 30 years old to begin saving this amount, you will have less than $550,000 in your account at age 65.

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Topics: Investment

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