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eNews – August 2022

With rising inflation and interest rate hikes expected to hang around for some time, many households across Australia will be watching and waiting to see what unfolds over the coming months. Whether you’re feeling confident or cautious about your finances, now is the time to make sure they’re in the best shape possible.

This month, we share some practical tips to bring your finances up to speed, we chat to a family lawyer about getting your financial affairs in order, and we show you ways to scrutinise your annual super statement. Also, with the cost of borrowing going up, we take a look at some common debt repayment strategies. And, lastly, if you’re nearing retirement, our sequencing risk animation could be worth a moment of your time.

Enjoy the edition.

10 tips to help bring your finances up to speed

How is your financial health? Check in on your finances with these simple and practical tips.

Sequencing risk and why it can matter

If you’re nearing retirement, it’s important to make sure you understand sequencing risk and how to manage it.

Q&A: What's the difference between good and bad debt?

Clearing debts can be a liberating experience. We look at good vs bad debt, and some common debt repayment strategies.

6 steps to reviewing a super statement

Your annual statement can provide an opportunity to scrutinise your super. Here we cover some areas to review when it comes your way.

Why a Will may not be enough

Hear from family lawyer Bhavesh Mistry about ways to get your financial affairs in order while you have time on your side.