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Send in the clowns....and this is not the musical

"Send in the Clowns" is a song written by Stephen Sondheim for the 1973 musical "A Little Night Music" and  this song is so akin to what is going on in Australian politics right now. ......here we go again.......the circus is back in Town - another election. Every election the same acts, same performers and same disappoi...

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Australians do not have to work until they are 70 years old before they can retire!

One of the main things in last year's 2014 Federal Budget is what the government regards as the biggest risk to balancing the budget -  the aged pension cost.. Whether a person receives the age pension, and how much of the age pension they receive, depends on three tests being passed. The first is the 'Age test', the second is t...

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Who is going to pay for this?

When Australians retire at 65 or 67 years of age (and don’t be surprised if the government increases this to 70 years before you can retire) you might be under the misconception you can sell your home, downgrade to a smaller home and live off the balance of your money. Pensioners are doing it tough and will do it even tougher as inflati...

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Working harder and longer is not going to make you wealthy!

John D. Rockefeller said "If you want to become wealthy....you must make money work for you. The amount you get paid for your personal effort is relatively small compared with the amount you can earn by having your money work for you".

We need a paradigm shift in the way we think. We believe the way to wealth is through WORK, W...

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Why we don't plan for our retirement!

Who has the time today to plan for their future? We are all so busy these days we can hardly find the time to plan for today and tomorrow - never mind next week; next month or our eventual retirement.  How on Earth did we get so busy? Personal computers, mobile phones, i-pads and all the marvels brought with them like the Internet, Skype...

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