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The Budgeting Tools /Calculators on our website have been upgraded.
Stosur plan an antidote for volatility
The best performing market over the past 10 years.
Why it takes courage to stand still
China buys US for a bargain
Market Updates - August / September 2011
Buckle up for a bumpy US recovery ride
SMSF Management
How the US debt downgrade impacts Australia
Mixing business and super
The tangled web of the Australian housing bubble
Market Updates - July / August 2011
Under your control
Improving your financial literacy is vital to your future ......
5 reasons you should care about Greece
The more things change ......  (the Carbon Tax)
Is the US already in a double dip recession?
Market Updates  -  June / July 2011
The Budgeting Tools /Calculators on our website have been upgraded.
Now you can use these tools to ascertain your complete Cash Flow position (whether or not after all costs , income, assets and liabilities you have a positive or negative cash flow).  Knowing this information is vital to better management of your money.

Being able to develop and manage a Budget on an ongoing basis has always been an important aspect of gaining better control of our financial affairs. Unfortunately, completing this task on a regular basis has always been difficult, time consuming and at best ad-hoc. There have never been any readily available tools to help with this process.

So we take great pleasure in advising that you can now access and use new Budgeting, Superannuation and Tax tools right here on our website.

To start using them simply click on the 'Calculators' or 'Financial Tools' button in the menu bar.

The real beauty of these tools is that you can begin using them to develop your budget or test some Super strategies, leave the site, and when you return to the site the information you entered previously is there waiting for you. Of course, you need to Register so the system knows which information is yours, just like Internet Banking.

While these tools are great for all existing clients and staff they are also useful for family members to utilise. It is never too early for children and young adults to gain a better understanding of their financial position or to improve their financial literacy.  


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