April 2021 Newsletter
In this month’s newsletter, we provide an important status update on the Government’s COVID-19 economic response measures.
Next, learn more how super can be a tax-effective investment structure for building and holding a retirement nest egg as a couple.
When you’re looking to make the move into residential aged care, deciding what to do with your family home can be complex. We share an animation illustrating the various options and the potential impact of each.
Our jargon buster article clarifies commonly used terms in residential property investing to help you make better informed personal finance decisions.
Lastly, watch an informative video to learn how contents insurance can cover you against loss or damage to your property contents due to events like fire, storms, and theft.
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The team at Bellwether Financial Group
Update: COVID-19 economic response measures
The JobKeeper Payment program, which began on 1 March 2020, has now ended (on 28 March 2021). In this article, we provide a status update on several of the other COVID-19 economic response measures.
Building super together: Spouse contributions
According to ASFA, the lump sum savings required at retirement for a comfortable lifestyle is $640,000 for a couple. In this article, we cover building super savings together via spouse contributions.
Residential aged care: Family home
Whether to keep or sell your home can be a complex decision when looking to enter residential aged care. In this animation, we illustrate the various options, and the potential impact of each on you.
Jargon buster: Property investing edition
In the finance industry, there can be a considerable amount of jargon. In this article, we help you to understand some of the commonly used jargon in the residential property investing environment.
General insurance: Home & contents insurance
The loss or damage to property due to storms and fire can be devastating. General insurance can help in this regard. In this video, the Bureau of Meteorology explains the recent weather conditions.
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