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LRBAs and buying property: A guide for self-managed super funds

LRBAs allow self-managed super funds to borrow money for property acquisition while protecting other assets. According to SMSF specialist Heffron, these investments offer growth opportunities, but following the rules is crucial.

Staff Writer | 20th Dec 2023 | More
No magic number: The price of a comfortable retirement

While recent studies estimate the total savings needed for retirement at about $1 million, specialists caution against a one-size-fits-all approach, and many Australians could be “comfortable” on less.

Staff Writer | 13th Dec 2023 | More
Leave it to the pros: Diversification through thematics, managed accounts

As investors seek greater portfolio exposure and diversification at lower cost, two increasingly popular options – thematic ETFs and managed-account solutions – show how wealth management practices are adapting to clients’ evolving needs.

Staff Writer | 13th Dec 2023 | More
The art of downsizing: A strategic retreat for a smarter retirement

Deciding to downsize involves a delicate balance between emotional ties and practical necessities. While the financial benefits can be worthwhile, it’s crucial that retirees approach this move with a clear understanding of their priorities and objectives.

Staff Writer | 6th Dec 2023 | More
Geopolitical risks ebb and flow, but investors may regret ignoring China

Tensions in Australia’s relationship with China, along with our neighbour’s weak growth other headwinds, have Australians shying off investing in the world’s second largest economy. But given the countries’ deep connections, ignoring China is easier said than done.

Staff Writer | 6th Dec 2023 | More
  • Stubborn inflation prompting Aussies to move goalposts on retirement

    A recent global retirement survey by investment manager MFS shows nearly 60 per cent of Australians are rethinking how they’ll retire because of inflation worries – a bigger hit to retirement confidence than any other recent economic shock, including the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Staff Writer | 29th Nov 2023 | More
    Building a legacy: Estate planning amid the Great Wealth Transfer

    Planning one’s legacy involves a series of strategic decisions to protect and distribute assets efficiently – and with a record $3.5 trillion set to change hands over the coming decade, it’s key to Australia’s future financial security. Here, we explore tips to help investors optimise their wealth transfer outcomes.

    Staff Writer | 29th Nov 2023 | More
    Riding the wave of volatile markets through the golden years

    Unfortunately, reaching the retirement milestone does not free investors from the vagaries of markets, a constant companion. A diversified portfolio and patience are two prerequisites for peace of mind in our golden years – and being prepared for the unexpected is key.

    Staff Writer | 22nd Nov 2023 | More
    Beyond super: A guide to navigating retirement income

    Superannuation is a big part of most Australians’ retirement strategies, but many also choose to augment their savings with other income-producing investments. Here’s a look at how these options can help retirees maintain their preferred lifestyle and protect against risk.

    Staff Writer | 15th Nov 2023 | More
    ASIC warns of scam investment opportunities in new alert list

    The list targets domestic and international entities the regulator suspects of offering services to Australians without the appropriate licenses or permission. It already contains more than 1,300 names.

    Staff Writer | 15th Nov 2023 | More
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