Here’s a quick list of the 10 most common financial mistakes that I see. I hope they help you sidestep some of these potential pitfalls. 1. Procrastination The amount of people I hear with variations on “I should have bought that property 5 years ago”, or “we paid of the mortgage 18 months ago.
When it comes to innovation and change in the investment world at the moment, ETF’s – Exchange Traded Funds, are where all the action is for retail investors. With around $25billion of investment held in ETF’s on the Australian share market, and growing fast, their importance is not to be under estimated. To put that
With the value of residential housing skyrocketing into record territory over the past decade, many retirees are finding the reverse mortgage solution attractive as a way to liberate some of the wealth tied up in their home and provide more cash to spend. Most commonly reverse mortgages are used to provide additional income in retirement,
This event is part of the Small Business Victoria Festival. Perhaps it’s the freedom to better balance family and work life that you are seeking. Or maybe you have something that you are passionate about and want to convert that passion into a business. Many people have these dreams, but unfortunately for very many, dreams
My new podcast Financial Autonomy focuses on strategies to give you choices. It’s about moving towards financial independence, whatever that means for you. Each episode is a short 15 minutes or so and aims to provide concise, actionable content. Check out the website here http://financialautonomy.com.au/index.php/audio-blog/ And of course the podcast episodes can be downloaded on