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How to use the SMART approach to setting your financial goals

Setting yourself regular financial goals is an integral part of your journey towards financial freedom. One of the best ways to ensure that you are setting your financial goals in the right way is by using the SMART criteria for goal setting.


Understanding property taxes

If you’re thinking of making the exciting step into property investment or expanding your portfolio you should know what taxes you will incur. This gives you a sound financial framework with which to operate and will help in tailoring your property investment strategy. Here we explain the main taxes you’re likely to face and things to watch out for.


When should you subdivide?

If you’re a professional and love investing then subdividing on a large property to get a double rental yield sounds very attractive. But here’s what you need to consider.


What is a property market?

There are as many property markets as there are suburbs in Australia. This means we’re looking at around 8,800 different markets. Each will, at any given time, be either rising or falling.


What to do with an inheritance

Inheritances are windfalls that not many of us are lucky enough to receive. They usually arrive unexpectedly and, like a winning lottery ticket, can seem like money falling from the sky.


Empowering women: get ready to invest

Taking control of your finances is empowering, but where on earth do you start? Find out the first steps and discover how women are leading the way, by inspiring others to get ready to invest.


Understanding property investment taxes

In this webinar, Ed Chan, Co-Founder and Non-Executive Chairman at Chan & Naylor, and DPN Managing Director, Sam Khalil, offer quality insights to help you successfully navigate income, capital gains, GST, land tax and more.


Why talking about money helps women build wealth

There are many things women are taught not to talk about, when growing up. With friends, you usually end up discussing everything anyway - everything except money that is. Here’s why you should start the conversation, today.