Our total wealth management philosophy

Our total wealth management (TWM) philosophy extends beyond traditional financial planning, beyond wealth and investment management, beyond tax planning and retirement savings. Our total wealth management philosophy is centred on you – your now and your future.

Developed and fine-tuned for over 10 years, our TWM approach offers a unique financial advice solution that seamlessly combines the essential advisory, administration and compliance services to help deliver you complete financial clarity and help you get on track and stay on track to achieving your goals.

The power of this philosophy is in the integration of the core advice disciplines of tax, self-managed superannuation, investment and personal risk interwoven with succession and estate planning, banking, finance and philanthropy. Our dedicated specialists can help you fit all the pieces of your financial life into place under one roof to deliver a seamless, integrated solution for you.

We are privately owned and operate under our own Australian Financial Services Licence (AFSL).

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Featured articles

Tax and super planning for end of financial year

With 30 June 2018 rapidly approaching, now is the time to review your financial position and consider any tax or super strategies that could boost your retirement savings, maximise Government entitlements, avoid potential penalties and ultimately, reduce your tax payable.

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What I noticed during the Commonwealth Games

By John Barton
Like most people, I don’t watch a great deal of free-to-air TV anymore. However, this past couple of weeks, I did watch some of the Commonwealth Games and couldn’t help but notice the number of insurance advertisements still on the air. If those TV ads are still running – they must be working, right?

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Understanding Downsizer Contributions

By David Lloyd
In the May 2017 Federal Budget announcement, new legislation was introduced whereby those aged 65 and over will be able to contribute an additional $300,000 into their superannuation upon the sale of their primary residence. These payments are referred to as ‘downsizer’ contributions...

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