If you’ve now found yourself with parents you need to help, you may be wondering how this will affect your own retirement plans. So, here’s a few things you can do to help both you and your parents improve your chances of retiring comfortably.
Fixed income – also known as bonds and credit – is a commonly used type of debt investment. It is a type of ‘asset class’, meaning a category of asset into which an investor can invest. Here are the top 10 things you should know.
Financial stress can be a major trigger for a lot of people, it is a big burden to carry around, but not one you need to carry alone. Speaking to a professional Financial Adviser can set your mind at ease once you have a plan in place and a financial goal to build towards.
For many, the market volatility of 2020 has been difficult to navigate. Some people only realised that they had too much exposure to risk in their investment portfolio after markets fell dramatically.
In unprecedented times, market volatility and the news headlines that follow can often be a cause of concern for members – particularly when it comes to superannuation.
As accountants, we like our clients to think ahead… even on a 3 to 10-year timeframe. A major part of this is Succession Planning. Where Succession Planning is concerned, clarity brings opportunity… and the risks of “getting it wrong” can be significant.
Getting the balance right between a safe spending rate and having enough income to enjoy retirement takes some careful planning. Investing for a reasonable return is one approach to helping your savings go the distance.
It is with the greatest pleasure to be able to announce that our OBT Financial Planner, Damon Zischke, has been named Future Leader of the Year in the 2020 Lonsdale Financial Planner Awards! Congratulations Damon!
Regularly checking in on your retirement plan is always a sensible strategy. Keeping track of your finances becomes even more important in times of economic uncertainty. Given the changes we’ve seen due to Coronavirus, now is a good time to take a look at your retirement income plan with fresh eyes. We’ve put together a list of resources to help you.
The world began 2020 much as it ended in 2019. There was growing optimism in the global economy with expectations that the US and China had ‘buried the hatchet’ on trade disputes and the United Kingdom would be exiting the European Union (EU) in a less disruptive fashion. This optimism lasted until February.