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Welcome to our latest newsletter

We kick off our latest edition with the benefits of contributing to your spouse's super and some of the strategies to consider. We have also included the latest insight into the longer term impact of withdrawing from the 'bank of mum and dad' to help children get into the property market.

We hope that our article on staying connected in retirement provides some useful tips for those of you that are retired or considering retiring. We also take a look at some of the practical steps to managing money when you move in with your partner.

And finally, fishing is a fantastic way to spend time with your kids or grandkids this winter. We have included some tips to make the most of this fun activity.

If you would like more information on any of the articles below, please contact this office on 07 3378 3949 or

Kind Regards,

Daniel George

It pays to contribute to your partner’s super

If your spouse is a stay-at-home parent, working part-time or out of work, adding to their super could benefit you both financially.


More withdrawals from 'the bank of mum and dad'

Think about what has happened in the six months since Treasury secretary John Fraser spoke of his concerns for retirement savings of parents who help their children into housing by making withdrawals from "the bank of mum and dad".


5 tips for staying connected in retirement

Many people may spend their working lives looking forward to retirement, so here’s how to make the most of it. 


Managing your money when you move in together

Living together is a big step. You may be merging your lives more closely, but should you merge your finances? 


5 key tips when fishing with children

Fishing teaches kids many important skills and is a great way to bond with your little ones. Simply follow these tips for fishing with kids and your child will be hooked in no time.