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eNews – May 2023

Getting on top of your finances often requires a shift in mindset, and for many of us that doesn’t come easily. The good news is that there are plenty of opportunities to maximise your short term finances and lay the groundwork for financial success later in life.

This month, Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon provides some strategies to help with paying down your mortgage faster. And with 30 June fast approaching, we explore a few ideas on how to reduce your tax bill this year. 

We also look at the Age Pension and why you could be missing out on payments, plus we share tips on getting back on your feet after a relationship break up. And if you’re feeling stuck in a rental, we bring you a roundup of government incentives to help first time buyers break into the property market. 

Enjoy the edition.

Ways to pay off your mortgage faster

No one wants mortgage debt hanging over them for longer than necessary. Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon offers some strategies to help you become debt-free sooner.

5 ideas to save on tax before 30 June

Tax time is often stressful, but with a few smart strategies you may be able to minimise your tax burden and give yourself a nice little refund at the same time.

Are you missing out on Age Pension payments?

We look at some of the reasons your pension payments might be falling short and what you can do about it.

How to get back on your feet after a breakup

As far as life changes go, a breakup can be among the most stressful. Here are some tips on how to make it out the other side with your finances intact.

Government incentives to help you break free from the rental crisis

If rising rental payments have fuelled your desire to break into the property market, here are a few government programs that may help.