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Posted by Neville Hughes on 24.05.2019


Forget about location, location, location being the key to a good investment outcome. For now, let’s think of the most important ingredient as being regular, regular, regular! This is the magic of compounding.

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Topics: Wealth creation, Personal budget

Posted by GTC Financial Services on 17.05.2019

Less debt, more savings

The word “thrifty” is rarely thought of in a positive sense but that’s not fair. If we continually spend more than we earn, our debts will eventually catch up and other words such as “default” or “bankrupt” might become more familiar.

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Topics: Wealth creation, Debt Management, Personal budget

Posted by Neville Hughes on 12.04.2019

The Three Categories of Succession Planning

There are many benefits to being a small business owner such as being your own boss, leading a team and the ability to give back to your community. A well-funded retirement account, though, is not one of these many benefits. Most of us believe that, when the time is right, we will sell our business and easily transition into retirement on the earnings generated from the sale. It’s certainly an appealing scenario. To pull it off, however, takes years of preparation and careful planning. This succession planning can be broken down into three categories – people, systems and finances.

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Topics: Business Improvement, Retirement Planning, Business Planning

Posted by GTC Financial Services on 12.04.2019

Is there more to investing than property?

Many Australians like to invest in property. However, property is not the only investment option out there. It is important to think about diversification – spreading your investments across a range of assets, markets and industries. There’s no question that property can be a great investment, it can provide good returns via capital growth and rental income and depending on your circumstances can allow for negative gearing. Although, as with all investments it does have its risks and disadvantages, so what other investment options are available?

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Topics: Personal Financial Planning, Wealth creation

Posted by Neville Hughes on 28.03.2019

Family Trusts, Private Companies and Centrelink - what does it mean for your age pension?

You’d be surprised at the number of people who are all excited about getting to age pension age (65) and head down to Centrelink and do all the paperwork, only to be told they will get a smaller pension, or no pension at all, because they are the trustee, appointor or beneficiary of a designated family trust or a director or shareholder of a designated private company.

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Topics: Retirement Planning, Business Planning, Personal Financial Planning

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