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The transfer of wealth in Australia looms as a significant opportunity with around $3.5 trillion expected to be passed down over the next 20 years. While this equates to an average inheritance of about $320,000, around 25 per cent of inheriting Aussies will receive more than $600,000 each. Receiving a sudden large sum of money, … Continue reading Intergenerational Wealth – You Made it, Don’t Let Them Lose It
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Would you rather listen to The Wiggles - "Big Red Car" on repeat for 4 hours, than sit down and put a family budget together? I've never been a fan of doing a budget, especially in an OLD school excel spreadsheet. What I do like though, is keeping track of my personal spending (you can … Continue reading Forget Budgeting, Make a Game Out of Your Money
There have been numerous variations of this search question that have lead people to my blog. Do you think that earning a certain amount of income or reaching a particular level of wealth will make you happy? I thought it was a little strange that anyone would be asking that question online. It turns out … Continue reading How Much Money Do You Need to be Happy?