The value of good financial advice

The value of financial planning goes beyond the dollar amount– it can simplify your life and give you a sense of security and peace of mind about your current and future financial position.

A good financial adviser thoroughly considers your circumstances, then develops strategies to help you reach your goals, which may include funding your children’s education, tax planning, having enough money to live comfortably after retiring, insurance, estate planning and so on, all of which require specific knowledge.

You may seek financial advice to help you with a specific circumstance, such as starting a family, buying a house or managing an inheritance; a good planner can empower you to make the most of these situations.

We are here to help you reach your goals at every stage of your life, while taking care of all the things you may not have thought of — from the complexities of superannuation and Centrelink rules, to tax planning and insurances.

A 2013 study from investment research giant Morningstar found that financial advice can help retirees boost their investment returns by 1.59% a year, reducing the risk of running out of cash.

Australians have one of the highest life expectancies in the world, we’re spending longer in retirement. Over time, our needs are likely to change dramatically.

We are here to help you navigate each stage of retirement — from the active, early years spent travelling and pursuing hobbies, to the later years with possible health and mobility challenges. By taking care of critical issues ahead of time and monitoring the situation on an ongoing basis, advisers help ensure that you and your families are protected, whatever the future holds.

If you’re weighing up the costs and benefits when it comes to securing your financial future — and your peace of mind — meeting with our adviser today could be one of the best investments you ever make.

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