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Wealth creation and wealth protection for every stage of your life

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We only insure people. Not cars or boats or houses. That means our policies are built around human experience. We’re good at working with you through your illness, or with your family as they deal with their grief. Buy direct from us or talk to one of our advisers who will step you through your options.

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Growing your wealth takes time and effort, and we all have to start somewhere. Whether you’re just starting out, or already an experienced investor, we have super and investment choices for all stages of life. Manage your own portfolio or let us look after your investment for you.

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Good financial advice is about crafting a strategy to help achieve your financial goals. Our advisers can help you navigate through the complexity of building and protecting your wealth. They’ll cut through the noise by looking through a broad range of investment and protection options and recommend what they think will best help you get where you want to go.

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Clear Insights

Six super changes from July 1

Six super changes from July 1

Significant changes to superannuation including new concessional superannuation contribution caps apply from July 1. Jeffrey Scott examines the impact on financial advisers and their clients.

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The changing composition of practice revenue

The changing composition of practice revenue

Half of advisers expect their revenue to take a hit under LIF but around 20 per cent see LIF as an opportunity to enhance their business model, diversify their revenue and lift profitability, according to the 2016 Investment Trends Planner Risk Survey. What will the 2017 survey discover?

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Paid dearly for underperformance?

Paid dearly for underperformance?

The dismal performance of active fund managers in 2016 has re-ignited the active versus passive management debate. Even though it appears investors are paying dearly for ‘nothing’, there are reasons to hang in there, argues investment analyst Jessica Schlosser.

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