Day: May 26, 2020

Unintended Consequences 1
Strategic Financial Advice

Unintended consequences of Government COVID-19 Policies

For every action there is a reaction. And while we’re not criticising the government’s policy response to COVID-19, we recognise that such intervention often has unintended consequences. 

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Who Inherits Super 1
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Who inherits your super?

There are only certain people who can inherit your super when you die. There are also two different types of nominations you can make. Here’s what you need to know before making your super beneficiary nomination.

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Planning Not Panic 1
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Planning, not panic: managing retirement portfolios through the pandemic

It’s a tough time to make a decision but investors should be aware of the options available to them.

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Downsizer Contributions 1
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Downsizer contributions: what are the rules?

Many people have reportedly missed out because they didn’t understand the eligibility criteria of downsizer contributions. Here’s a summary of the rules to make things easier.

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Dividend Cuts 1
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Dividend cuts – what can investors expect?

Since the financial crisis more than a decade ago, investors have had to search much harder for income as savings rates have plunged.

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Staying The Course 1
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Market Insight – Staying the Course

While it can be hard to stay in the market when share prices plummet, now is not the time to panic.

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Geopolitical Risks 1
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Geopolitical risks for the economy and investments

The world has always been challenged by the dynamics of geopolitics. The nature and magnitude of associated conflicts may transition and manifest across varying contexts but, broadly speaking, geopolitical risk is ever present.

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Economic Update
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Economic Update

The Australian dollar clawed back all of its lost ground from March. The currency gained 7.0% against the US dollar, closing April at 65.5 US cents. Similar strength was seen against other currencies too.

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