Getting married, even if it’s for the second time, is a happy time but it does present some financial planning challenges.
In part one of this series we told you how to start getting control of your cash flow by understanding where all your money goes. In this article we’ll tell you how to get an even deeper understanding of your finances and really keep them on target.
One of the keys to building your wealth is knowing where your money is going. That may sound obvious but unfortunately most people have little or no real understanding of what their money is doing.
- Posted Tuesday, March 01, 2016 by PEB Group
- Property Investment, Investing for Retirement, Financial Planning
Many property investors are unaware that you can now use a self managed superannuation fund to borrow money to purchase an investment property.
A tornado-strength storm in Sydney, flooding in Geelong and devastating bushfires in Western Australia and Victoria have reminded us once again how exposed we are to natural disasters in our wide brown land. Our geography has the capacity to deliver destructive floods, bushfires, severe storms, tropical cyclones and even earthquakes. While we can’t control the weather, we can take steps to reduce our risk, including making sure we have adequate home insurance cover.