Are you making the most of your cash resources? Carefully managing cash in your business could determine whether you sink or swim through these COVID times. Here are 5 keys to minimising risk and optimising your cash management.
It is absolutely important that investors avoid emotional, panicked decision making. Investors who panic sell run the risk of selling low and crystallising losses in their portfolios. Read why.
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.
In recent weeks, investment markets around the world have continued to experience significant volatility as investors try to assess the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak – an event that no-one anticipated for 2020. How much of your super is invested in shares is important.
Business owners often complain they lack information to make decisions, in spite of many solutions which claim to provide intelligent, customised reporting. Identifying business problems that need solutions and then the data sets which support decision-making is a better approach and we accountants can add value in this process. Read how.
When life starts to wind down, read how retirees can have cash flows for all the essentials that they need and can take comfort in the knowledge that they are able to enjoy life on their terms.
Recent global events are testing the mettle of even the most experienced leaders. What skills are necessary in this time of uncertainty? What leadership traits will help steer a business through the multitude of challenges and threats? Read on for leadership ideas which can be applied in your business.
Read how being actively involved in how and where your super is invested, could make a real difference to your retirement savings over the long-term.
Anchoring is one of many behavioural heuristics or biases that can inhibit investor returns. Whether you are investing on your own behalf, or consult a financial advisor, we hope the examples and suggestions here help in your decision making process.
One of the most important principles of investing is to ensure that you have a diversified portfolio. Read why.