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In this month’s newsletter we will explore how our spending leading into retirement left unchecked may impact how long we get paid. We discuss the benefits of taking a proactive approach to retirement planning earlier. Our animation illustrates the ins and outs of Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) insurance. With the share market increasingly in the news of late, we have put together a one-stop shop article for understanding share investing jargon. As 35% of marriages end in divorce, we look at the financial impact of divorce on divorcees (and their children). Lastly, we leave you with a video by National Geographic, where Alan Watt poses several insightful questions regarding life choices and money.

 
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Are Pre-Retiree's Heading to Retirement Without a Handbrake?

Australian Baby Boomers have a major problem on their hands, they are quickly approaching retirement and do not have a handbrake on their spending.

 

 
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Total and permanent disability (TPD) insurance

In your working life, you have a 1 in 3 chance of being disabled for more than 3 months. In this animation, we illustrate the details surrounding Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) insurance.

 

 
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For richer, for poorer: The financial impact of divorce

For some of us, there will come a time when we part ways with our spouse for one reason or another. In this article, we look at several findings regarding the financial impact of divorce.

 

 
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Compounding super: Retirement planning at age…

Taking a proactive approach to retirement planning earlier means you can benefit from the power of compounding and give yourself flexibility along the way. In this article, we explore this further.

 

 
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Jargon buster: Share investing edition

The finance section of the news, share market summaries and investor reports can often involve the use of technical words. In this article, we help you to understand share investing jargon.