Monthly Archives: August 2013

The benefit of dividends
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As a shareholder you receive a share in the company’s profits or earnings by being paid a dividend. Think of your dividend like interest on a term deposit – it is the income you earn from the investment. Generally Australian … Continue reading

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Boosting your retirement savings
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Money with Olivia Maragna: Boosting your retirement savings on 612ABC Radio Brisbane real online casinos How much superannuation do you have?  How much superannuation do you need? When you start working you don't care about super, in the middle of … Continue reading

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Olivia talks to Business Insider – How Dealing With Retirement Early In Your Career Can Pay Off
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Weight loss isn’t often used as an analogy for retirement planning, though success in both can come from keeping the steps you take simple, said the CEO and co-founder of Aspire Retire Olivia Maragna. It’s hard to stick with fad diets, as … Continue reading

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Money with Olivia Maragna on ABC Radio: Fixing your home loan
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Most major banks swiftly decreased their interest rates, so is now the right time for you to fix your home loan? Australian Adviser of the Year Olivia Maragna from Aspire Retire, joined the program to explain. http://blogs.abc.net.au/queensland/2013/08/money-with-olivia-maragna-fixing-your-home-loan.html?site=northwest&program=612_evenings#!

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The credit card trap
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Credit card debt is now sitting at around $35 billion dollars in Australia, which is an interest bill of over $6 billion each year. This represents more than $4,680 of credit card debt per card holder in Australia, with younger … Continue reading

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Cash rate cut by 0.25% to 2.5 per cent
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At its meeting today, the Board decided to lower the cash rate by 25 basis points to 2.5 per cent, effective 7 August 2013. best place to buy cigars online Recent information is consistent with global growth running a bit … Continue reading

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Credit card debt hits $35 billion
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Credit card debt is now sitting over $35 billion dollars in Australia which is an interest bill of over $6 billion each year. If you owe money on your credit card, you know that feeling of pain all too well. … Continue reading

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