This month’s newsletter begins with important information on new rates, thresholds, and legislation that took effect from 1 July 2021. Our animation illustrates specified traumatic events including, but not limited to, cancer, stroke and heart attack, that a trauma insurance policy can often cover. A new financial year can be an opportune time to take stock of your finances and make changes if needed—we provide a list of questions that may help you with this. The ‘Your Future, Your Super’ legislation recently passed through parliament—in it are key super changes, which we cover for you. The COVID-19 pandemic has been a catalyst for reflection and change—here is a thought-provoking and relevant TED Talk from Simon Sinek that you may find of value.
In addition, this month, we would like to share something a little different from our usual financial education content—an insightful piece from renowned Australian money educator Vanessa Stoykov. We would also like to let you know that our learning modules and quizzes have been updated for the financial year ahead.
The commencement of a new financial year can see rates and thresholds increase (or decrease) and legislation take effect. In this article, we provide important information on changes from 1 July 2021.
A new financial year can be an opportune time to take stock of your overall personal finances and make changes if needed. In this article, we provide a list of questions that may help you with this.
Super is, without a doubt, complex and ever-changing. In this article, we share an important change to super following the recent passing of the ‘Your Future, Your Super’ legislation.
Vanessa Stoykov is a renowned Australian money educator. In this special financial education piece, Vanessa discusses the concept of life planning and money—and being the author of your own story.