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Wrap up from our Women’s Workshop

July 20, 2018

On Wednesday 18 July, Hillross Horsham was pleased to host 35 women at our Women’s Workshop at the Horsham College Trade Centre Restaurant. The workshop was about women ‘investing in themselves’ and increasing their awareness and knowledge about their finances, estate and insurances. Our speakers We were pleased to be joined by a great range...


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6 ways to help your kids buy their first home

November 16, 2017

Increasing house prices are good news for property owners but can be a bit of a hurdle for people trying to get into the market. If, like many of our clients, your goal is to help your children buy a home, there are a few ways you can help. Perhaps some of the tips below...


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The 2017-18 Australian Federal Budget

May 10, 2017

Pragmatism and fairness rule The 2017-18 Budget has much to make it popular. In fact, the goodies make it almost feel like a pre-election rather than a post-election budget. The transformation from the austerity to end “the age of entitlement” of the 2014 budget to the “fairness, security and opportunity” of this Budget has been...


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2017 Superannuation Changes

Super changes this financial year

February 16, 2017

The clock is ticking and changes to the superannuation rules will come into effect on 1 July 2017. While the government will reduce the amount of money you can put into super from 1 July 2017, the good news is that you could still take advantage of opportunities before the financial year ends. Need help...


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Hillross Horsham & Geelong’s guidelines for smart money in your 30s

September 23, 2016

As the old saying goes you spend your 20s learning & your 30s earning; unfortunately, after leaving our ‘fast and loose’ 20s, our focus typically turns to getting married, starting a family and even thinking about the age old debate ‘do I buy or rent?’ It’s for these reasons that seeing progress in our financial...


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Will proposed superannuation reform changes impact you?

September 16, 2016

Yesterday the government announced a number of changes to some of its superannuation reform proposal from the May 2016 Federal Budget. The main take out is the replacement of the proposed lifetime non-concessional contribution cap with a lower cap limit of $100,000 from 1 July 2017. They also propose to restrict people from making further...


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Dare to Dream – Financial Planning Week

August 24, 2016

It’s Financial Planning Week this week and the theme this year is Dare to Dream. New research shows a financial plan is the missing link to Australians realising their dreams. A massive 63% of Australians have done little to nothing in regards to a practical plan to achieve their dreams. Are you one of them?...


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Investing in your future – Superannuation in plain English

August 5, 2016

Investing in your future The goal of superannuation is to help save for your future. It is important to think about how much you will need in retirement even if this feels like light years away before you can access it, so that you can manage your funds to help you achieve the outcome you...


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Protecting your wealth – Insurance in plain English

July 13, 2016

Protecting the things that matter to you. Insurance isn’t about being pessimistic; it’s about protecting the things that matter to you – like your family, your lifestyle and your ability to earn an income. Take the time to understand the different types of insurances and their benefits here…. Protecting your wealth – Insurance in plain...


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