When did you last think about your mortgage?

We are generally apathetic about our mortgage – what is the current interest rate, are there any fees and what, if any, benefits are available. However, we would always recommend being more active and in particular understand the strategies that could help you pay off your home loan sooner. If you have built up some […]

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CAFSG – Quarterly Newsletter – December 2014

Welcome to CA’s Quarterly Newsletter It seems like a short time ago we were writing last year’s Christmas Newsletter and here we are again. It has been another great year for CA, made extra rewarding by the knowledge that we’ve made a positive difference in the lives of our wonderful clients. Thank you yet again […]

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CAFSG – Quarterly Newsletter – September 2014

Welcome to CA’s Quarterly Newsletter In this quarter’s newsletter we focus on important changes to deeming rules that may affect retirees eligibility to claim social security benefits. While this change applies to a specific demographic, we feel it’s important to communicate widely as we have found that many of our clients have parents or friends […]

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CAFSG – Quarterly Newsletter – March 2014

Welcome to CA’s Quarterly Newsletter We hope that 2014 is off to a great start for you.  The year has begun on a very positive note at CA – we have a new member in our growing mortgage broking area as well as a new Account Manager in our Corporate Super area. As always, we […]

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All you need to know about purchasing your first home

Buying your first property is a real achievement. We don’t want to take the shine off this exciting time but a property purchase can also be quite stressful. Not only because there’s so much money involved, but because there are so many things to think about. For those who are considering pursuing the great Australian […]

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Post US election lookout

Given the US election outcome this note provides a summary of key issues post-election and provides a snap shot of what you could likely hear about in the coming months. Key points: With the election over, investors will now likely look for a resolution to the significant policy decisions that need to be addressed in […]

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