Support your financial wellbeing by putting plans in place to achieve your goals
Making plans is exciting and sometimes daunting. Here we guide you through some sensible steps you can take to achieve your goals, be they big or small, and plan for the future.
FIRE (Financial Independence Retire Early) has become a buzzword – but is it achievable? Financial planner Paul Yang gives the lowdown, as part of our Straight Talk video series.
In an uncertain economic climate, it can be hard to know which way to turn for investing. Yet there are some tried and true ways to put some certainty back into your short- and long-term goals, says AIA Financial Wellbeing financial planner Paul Peng Yang
So you’ve decided to take the plunge and seek professional financial advice – congratulations! You’ve taken the first small step towards investing in the life you want.
Talking to a financial planner can help you understand your situation and make confident financial decisions (big or small) so you can get the most out of life. But first, get the most out of your meeting!
Is 40 too young to start thinking about life after work? Absolutely not! Here’s why planning sooner could be your smartest move for a great (and even early) retirement.
At every life stage, from your 20s to your 60s and beyond, it’s vital for women to make specific financial plans and strategies thanks to their specific life and career patterns.
How often do you go to the dentist? Or see your GP for a check-up? A regular health check of your finances can also reap rewards.
When you’re young and living life to the full, it can be tempting to see your credit card as a bottomless well of money.
Historically, most Australians in the workforce do not have enough insurance cover. That’s a problem the death and disability cover provided by super funds is helping to fix.
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