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The merits of reversionary versus non-reversionary pensions
Read more» http://goo.gl/MyaHT9

#Finance +Graham Hand
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World economy will be ‘slower for longer’
» www.dartnalladvisers.com.au/world-economy/

For some years, most analysts have been expecting stronger economic growth but it has failed to eventuate. The problem is that equity investors fail to recognise the market is over-heated because it has been propped up by ultra-low interest rates for so long. The big question is what happens when the US starts to increase interest rates? read more: http://wp.me/p2jbgS-pV

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"Defaulting into a world without growth" -Satyajit Das
Read the article here: http://goo.gl/yrb0fZ

+Cuffelinks  #FINANCE
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Some of the considerations we have in our 60s • Written by Eleanor Dartnall.

» www.dartnalladvisers.com.au/starts-at-60-things-to-consider/

#Finance #FinancialAdvice #Will #superannuation  
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I hope you've enjoyed following my journey as #AFAAu  Adviser of the Year • I look forward to seeing some of you in Cairns very soon for the 2015 AFA Conference! ^Eleanor Dartnall

» http://www.dartnalladvisers.com.au/final-afa-aoty-diary/

+Zurich Financial Services Australia +Cuffelinks  #Finance  
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Don’t have retirement village regrets
www.dartnalladvisers.com.au/retirement-regret/

"The stories of people moving into a retirement community and suffering buyer regret years later when they realise what they get back have been well told. The ABC’s 7.30 programme highlighted the issue again recently with a story about children who had seemingly done the right thing and read the agreement yet were shocked at the actual cost when their mother’s unit was sold six years later and the village operator received circa $76,000.

Such stories also contribute to the other type of buyer regret – people who wish they had made the move sooner."

Read more » http://goo.gl/bu9R4f+Cuffelinks 
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Why are reverse mortgages unpopular? • http://goo.gl/uBxgYE

For the asset-rich, cash-poor retirees who were too late into the superannuation system to build a decent balance, reverse mortgages seem the ideal product. Banks will lend between 15% and 35% (rising with age) of the value of residential property as a lump sum or income stream, and it may give a standard of living the age pension struggles to deliver. There’s no need to make loan repayments as the bank recovers the debt from the estate.

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» www.dartnalladvisers.com.au/reverse-mortgages/ » http://goo.gl/uBxgYE (short link)

+Cuffelinks  #finance   #mortgages   #Australia  
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Three investment rules to live by • read: http://goo.gl/uOLLxN

There are three investment rules by which to live in the current volatile environment – the same three rules we think by which investors should always live.

Very simply, they are:

1. Diversify sensibly but not gratuitously
2. Be opportunistic only at the margin
3. Stick to the plan and give your strategy the time it needs to work (this infers the actual existence of a plan. Surprisingly, not everyone has one!).

Read more at dartnalladvisers.com.au
» www.dartnalladvisers.com.au/three-investment-rules/

+Cuffelinks #Finance #Investment
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