According to research by TAL insurance provider the cost of personal insurance soars after the age of 35. This is also the time in our lives that you may be going through significant change such as marriage, children, a bigger mortgage and more responsibilities.
The advent of a global pandemic in COVID-19 has been a shocking event in many ways, more obviously from a health perspective. COVID-19 is clearly a highly dangerous virus for those over 70 and those with existing health conditions. Having said that there have also been cases of people who are both relatively young and…
From 31 March 2020, insurance companies must stop providing ‘agreed value’ policies that are based on the income you advise at the start of cover, regardless of any subsequent change in income. This means no more ‘agreed value’ contracts can be bought or sold after 31 March 2020.
Successful investing can be one of your biggest allies in the quest for long-term financial security. Unfortunately, unsuccessful investing can leave you wishing you’d kept your money in the bank.
So what are the secrets to making your investments achieve what you want them to achieve? Here are some of the tactics used by successful investors around the world.
Another financial year dawns and already we’re inundated with changes to tax, superannuation and payroll. From tax concessions to a super overhaul, plus changes to the minimum wage and child care subsidies, use this guide to help you get across everything you need to know.
From 1 July insurance held in an inactive superannuation fund will be cancelled, unless the owner notifies the fund that they wish to retain their insurance cover. An ‘inactive’ superannuation account is one that has not received a contribution or rollover for 16 months. While this measure will be of benefit to many, it poses a risk to those who wish to retain their cover which, once lost, it may not be able to be recovered.