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eNews – January 2024

In this month’s newsletter, we tackle the rent versus buy debate and look at some of the challenges homebuyers and renters are likely to face in 2024. Then, we run through some common financial goals Australians might face throughout each decade of life.

Next, we look at some of the ways you might be able to top up your super while benefiting from some handy tax breaks at the same time. And with the economic outlook still hazy, we’ve listed some tips to help you start the year on the right foot. Finally, behavioural finance expert Simon Russell offers some ideas for anyone wanting to address a lagging super balance.

Enjoy the edition.

Buying vs renting in 2024: What’s the forecasted outlook for each?

The challenges faced by both renters and first home buyers in 2023 look set to continue this year. Are you better off picking one over the other?

Financial goals for each decade of life

How to accumulate money, spend it, and put it to work in service of our long-term goals are all important questions, and they tend to evolve as we age. Here are some common financial goals for each de…

How your super can help you save on tax

If the prospect of a comfortable retirement wasn’t incentive enough, there are a number of ways Australians can boost their retirement savings and save on tax at the same time.

5 steps to help reduce financial stress in the new year

Cost of living pressures have piled on over the last 12 months, and many Australians have entered the new year with a sense of apprehension. For anyone looking to ease the stress, these tips might be …

3 hacks to help get your super on track

It’s easy to ignore your super, but doing so can come at a great cost. Behavioural finance expert Simon Russell offers some tips to help boost your retirement savings if they’re off track.