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Our first article takes a deep dive into tax-deductible superannuation contributions. Depending on the type of contribution you make, you may be able to claim a refund. Find out more here.  

Like fashion, there are many fads when it comes to investing. Before investing your hard-earned money in the latest fad, you should do your homework first.

If you’re an investor, you’ve probably experienced market fluctuation at some point. Ensuring you stick to your long-term goals is key during unpredictable times – we explain why in this article.

It’s easy to fall into the debt trap if you don’t monitor where your money is being spent. We’ve provided six tips that could help you get out of debt and keep your spending habits under control.

Are you still working from home? Have you set boundaries to ensure you have a clear distinction between work and home life? These lines can easily be blurred so it's important to put rules in place so you can switch off and unwind at the end of the day.

We love to hear from you, so please feel free to contact us with any questions about our articles in this newsletter on (08) 8379 3307 or email

Kind regards,

Geoff Needs

Tax-deductible super contributions explained

Did you know, you may be able to claim a tax deduction on certain super contributions when you do your tax return? Read full article >>

Investing on facts not FOMO

Prices for property, cryptocurrencies and shares have all hit records recently. While great news for investors, there’s always a risk that some people will jump into the market because they are afraid of missing out on easy money. Read full article >>

How discipline has paid off for share market investors

Despite short-term volatility, history shows markets consistently rise over the longer-term, rewarding disciplined investors who stay the course. Read full article >>

Six savvy ways to get out of debt and get ahead

It’s easy to walk into debt, but so much harder to get out of it. You must own your mess and know that your financial reason for living is to pay down your debt, writes Glen James author of Sort Your Money Out & Get Invested. Read full article >>

It’s time to switch off: The dangers of working from home and how to avoid them

Liberation… The global remote working experiment was supposed to liberate us from the stresses and time-wasting of our commutes, from the numerous physical interruptions that plague our productivity, and above all, from the proverbial chains of our desks that prevent us from designing work days that best suit us, writes Steve Glaveski. |READ MORE|

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