What to do in a Volatile Market

The NASDAQ dropped ~9% The Dow dropped ~4% Amazon shares dropped over 12% With the volatility that we’ve seen since 2022 kicked off, it’s understandable that some investors have become nervous, and wondering how to respond to this volatility. When it comes to a decline and volatile times in stock markets, there are some simple

By |2022-02-09T08:07:36+08:00February 9th, 2022|Investing, Personal Finance|0 Comments

How to Raise Financially Intelligent Kids

With social media at their fingertips, chances are your child, or children, are already forming views and opinions on money and different personal finance topics. The earlier you start having these conversations around the ‘dinner table’, the easier it will be to raise financially intelligent children who will be equipped with the knowledge and critical

Withholding Tax for Australian Expats

Withholding Tax for Australian Expats A common misconception amongst many Australian expats is that if they invest in the Australian stock market whilst a non-resident of Australia for tax purposes, that they will be liable for Capital Gains Tax (CGT) or income tax on their dividends while abroad. In most instances, this is not the

By |2021-05-06T07:26:14+08:00May 6th, 2021|Australian Expats, Tax|0 Comments

Are You Saving More During The Pandemic

­Coronavirus has had a huge impact on our way of life, and how we spend our money is a big part of that.? Job losses and business closures have put many of us in unexpected situations and financial stress, however, many people are saving for the first time. Spending has been cut largely due to

To Pay Down Your Mortgage or Invest in Shares

Debt…what an ugly word Chances are, you’re likely paying off some form of debt. And if you air that grievance to nearly anyone – you’ll likely find a sympathetic ear as nearly 75% of Australians carry debt. This could come in the form of a student loan, mortgage or credit cards. Not all debt is bad.

By |2022-03-02T12:23:14+08:00September 30th, 2020|Debt Reduction, Mortgage, Shares, Stock Market|0 Comments
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