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September Quarter Update

"Overall, the prevailing global economic backdrop is very investment-friendly.

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AFS gets behind Movember #menshealth

Here at All Financial Services, we see the direct impact of men's health all the time. We know how tough it can be on a family and their finances when illness strikes, that's why we've decided to participate in Movember.

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Terminal Illness and the "D" Word

It's a horrible topic - something we all hope we (or a loved one) never hear and we all hate talking about it ....

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Abuse of the Elderly

With baby Boomers coming off the production line in their thousands each year, the level of financial and emotional abuse is set to rise

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Australian Executor Trustees - Estate Affairs
The role of executor – is it an honour or a burden?
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Super changes from July 2017

The revised proposed changes to super have now passed through both houses of parliament and are due to become part of Australian superann

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Oliver's Insights

Donald Trump elected President of the US.
Implications for investors and Australia

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App helps keep track of personal expenses

We spend in excess of $640 billion dollars each year. $8 billion is spent on beauty, $9.5 billion on gadgets and $12 billion on meat each year.*
These are big numbers, so how much do you spend each day? Do you know? Most of us don't, however there is an app which can help you track it all. #TrackMySPEND

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Working for longer the new norm

A long life is something to celebrate, and figures from the OECD show Australians enjoy one of the highest life expectancies in the world. Even better, our life expectancy is rising and is expected to increase well into our 90s over the next four decades. But living longer also raises questions about how we will fund a retirement that could span one-quarter of our life.

Retiring early is a goal for many Australians, and a 2015 report by AMP/NATSEM found the average age for retirement is currently 63 years for men and 60 for women.

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My 7 weeks away from AFS

I wanted to share with you a small part of my journey and the lessons learned over the last few months.

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Government pulls back on proposed super changes

The government has announced changes to three key 2016 Federal Budget proposals—the most significant being that it would not go forward with its proposal to introduce a $500,000 lifetime cap on non-concessional (after-tax) super contributions.

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British vote to exit the EU: what happens now?

Dr Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy, Chief Economist AMP Capital, discusses what happens next?

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