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Budgeting, Debt Management, Finance Updates

Navigating the Era of Rising Interest Rates

If you have a mortgage, the mere mention of interest rates is enough to make your blood pressure go through the roof.

To an extent, overwhelming emotions in the current financial climate come from having a lack of control. An era of low, carefree mortgage rates would appear to be behind us, at least for the moment.

So, how can we mitigate the pressure that rising interest rates put on our financial future? Find out as we show you how to get clever in an attempt to turn interest rate hikes to your advantage.

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Retirement Planning, Superannuation

How to Nail Your Retirement Number

When you’ve worked hard all your life it’s only natural to want a relaxed retirement, free from financial worry. Figuring out the cash you’ll need and how you’ll get to that magic number is fraught with complexity.

It’s never too early or too late to plan, so read on if it feels that time’s passing at lightning speed with the end of your working life within touching distance.

Find out how you can still make a difference to your retirement strategy with careful superannuation planning as part of a holistic approach to your financial future.

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Finance Planning, PAC Financial

When Is the Best Time to Visit a Financial Planner?

Life can throw any one of us a curve ball. Just when we think everything is going swimmingly, a death, redundancy or unexpected expense can knock us sideways.

With these kinds of life events, financial challenges can come raining down.

But, even at times when we mundanely trundle through life, it’s well worth taking stock and giving our financial well-being a health check. It’s arguably as important to visit a financial planner in the good times. Forewarned is forearmed, after all.

Read on to find out the best times to get the benefits a financial planner can bring you for a brighter financial future.

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Finance Planning, PAC Financial

What To Look for When Choosing a Financial Planner

Our financial situation can ebb and flow like the tide. When we’re young and carefree, we tend to see pensions as a low-priority consideration. The career-minded may build up sizable disposable income over time.

It’s not unusual to have financial blips before retirement. Kids, mortgages, redundancy or sickness may all have an impact. Choosing a financial planner should involve getting all your bases covered no matter your time of life or the size of your bank balance.

Read on for the tips you need to find a financial planner who’s always going to be the right fit.

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