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Why interest rates are not going up anytime soon

Published on September 06, 2017

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To the utter surprise of nobody, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) today kept the cash rate at the historical low level of just 1.5%.

Ongoing evidence, confirmed by CoreLogic findings that were released last Friday, points to the rate of capital growth in the Sydney and Melbourne housing markets as slowing.

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how to iNTEREST RATE DECISION AND HOW TO SAVE MONEY

Published on March 14, 2017 

Do you ever wonder what’s behind the monthly Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) decision to raise, lower or maintain interest rates?

More importantly, have you noticed that, aside from the RBA leaving the official cash rate on hold, interest rates for all your property loans have increased in recent months?

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Leveraging your Superannuation | What’s in it for you?

Published on Feb 28, 2017 

You have 9.5% of your wages garnished and invested into Super… locked away until retirement. What you end up with depends on how you invest it along the way.

Discussions including ‘adding to’ vs. ‘multiplying’ your superannuation will feature in the short 40 minute webinar I’m hosting tomorrow night, Wednesday 15th February.

I highly recommend you fire up your computer and tune in to one of these two sessions, the ideas shared could amount to a significant financial increase that you ultimately draw out from your Super.

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Interest rates | Where to from here?

Published on Feb 14, 2017 

Do you want a better finance structure, perhaps even a 2% home loan? More on that in a minute, but firstly... The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) uses monetary policy (interest rates) as a tool to keep inflation within the target range of between a 2% and 3%; ideally 2.5% For almost three years inflation has been below their ideal, to the point where possible deflation became a concern last year. More info >

Do you want a better finance structure, perhaps even a 2% home loan? More on that in a minute, but firstly...

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) uses monetary policy (interest rates) as a tool to keep inflation within the target range of between a 2% and 3%; ideally 2.5%

For almost three years inflation has been below their ideal, to the point where possible deflation became a concern last year.

More info >


LEVERAGE YOUR SUPERANNUATION | FREE WEBINAR

Published on Feb 7, 2017

LEVERAGE

  • A type of 'secret weapon'
  • Enables us to magnify and fast track results
  • Is a tool, or aid, available to all, yet grossly underutilised by most

Most people have no idea how they might be able to leverage their superannuation and even less know what's involved or how doing so may benefit them.

ALL will be revealed in layman's terms with NO fancy jargo

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