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Posted by Neville Hughes on 13.09.2019

Staying the course versus timing the market.

- As the old saying goes, time in the market is generally superior to timing the market. Yet, investors tend to have a bad habit of buying winners too late and dumping losers too soon.

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Topics: Investment, Personal Financial Planning, Wealth creation

Posted by Neville Hughes on 13.09.2019

Investment Bonds - What are the benefits?

Are you looking for a tax effective way to save for a child/grandchild to give them a financial head start?

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Topics: Investment, Estate Planning, Personal Financial Planning, Wealth creation

Posted by Neville Hughes on 23.08.2019

Your Business Dashboard: What Should You Be Seeing?

There was a time when cars didn’t have a fuel gauge. That meant you had to understand the size of your fuel tank, remember when you last bought fuel (and how much) and estimate the distance you’ve travelled since filling up.

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Topics: Business Improvement, Business Planning

Posted by Neville Hughes on 23.08.2019

Selling Your Business - It May Not Be For You... But Keep Your Options Open

Selling your business might be far from your mind right now. Perhaps you just started and/or it’s going fabulously well. Don’t fix something that’s not broken, right?

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Topics: Business Evaluation, Retirement Planning, Business Planning

Posted by Neville Hughes on 12.07.2019

Get what you want from your business

As business owners, there is an endless stream of things, people, events and information that can overwhelm even the steadiest of leaders. We win or lose big sales, team members come and go, costs change, competition arises, and bills and payroll must get paid. We get to the end of the year, we look at some numbers and evaluate what kind of year it’s been. Often, we spend so much of our time and energy battling to simply keep up, that we never ask if our business is providing us the life we want.

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Topics: Business Planning

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