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More from Vietnam

A couple of weeks back I posted a blog covering some of the learnings and experiences from a recent trip to a conference in Hanoi. This week, I thought I would share the key ...
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Dealing with the unexpected

Life has a habit of throwing us a curve ball every now and then – something unexpected appears out of the blue and we have to deal with it. Mark recently wrote about his ...
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A Visit to Vietnam

Xin Chao Last week I had the privilege of attending the Centrepoint Alliance Annual Partner’s Summit. This year’s event was held in Hanoi, Vietnam.
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How expensive is retirement?

Regular readers will know that we often refer to the costs of living in retirement published by the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia and known as the ASFA ...
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Compound Interest - the most powerful force in the universe!

When saving for a long-term goal, such as retirement, is it better to save small amounts for a long time, perhaps saving when we can ill-afford to, or waiting until later in ...
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Superannuation death benefits - do you know where yours will go?

Unfortunately, this blog is not a happy one. But it covers a very important subject. Over recent weeks I have had what seems an abnormal number of questions from advisers ...
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A few interesting resources

I thought I would start the new financial year by looking at something a little different. Today access to information is at an unprecedented level. Never before in the history ...
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An email to Henry

Last week I had a call from a colleague and friend, let’s call him Henry (not his real name). Henry is a financial planner working in suburban Sydney. For the past couple of ...
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When modest doesn't cut it

Regular readers of our blog will be familiar with the work that the Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) does in producing quarterly estimates of just how ...
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The Budget - what does it all mean?

Last night was a very late night as I worked my way through hundreds of pages of budget documents produced by Treasury.
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