Planning your financial legacy

Planning your financial legacy

Beyond accumulating wealth over time, planning your financial legacy is one of the most important aspects of estate planning. With the greatest family wealth transfer set to occur in the next 20 to 30 years, investors should consider a few things when planning. Succession planning is common in the business world. Last week, the United…

Super, death, and avoiding taxes

Super, death, and avoiding taxes

An interesting finding in the federal government’s Retirement Income Review report is that many Australians are dying with the majority of the wealth they had when they retired. Having enough superannuation to enjoy a financially comfortable retirement lifestyle is most Australians’ aspiration. As the super system continues to mature, and with the benefit of compounding…

The rise of the female investor

The rise of the female investor

While society continues to grapple with the factors driving gender and pay inequity, women are proactively turning to investing more than ever before. And in doing so, they are demonstrating a very competent and sensible approach to building up their wealth outside of superannuation. Each year Equal Pay Day, on a date calculated by the…