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Why financial literacy should be taught at school

Why financial literacy should be taught at school 150 150 Kieran Hall

We need to start teaching basic financial literacy in secondary school. It’s so important that people have a basic understanding of what their finances mean…

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The most common piece of advice I give

The most common piece of advice I give 150 150 Clint McNally

Not everyone that comes to see me needs a financial advisor. In fact, the most common piece of advice I give is about offset accounts.…

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Client resources for COVID-19 relief

Client Resources: Financial and other relief for those impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19)

Client Resources: Financial and other relief for those impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19) 1920 1080 Rakhee Ghelani

Updated 3 May, 2020 As you’re aware, Coronavirus (COVID-19) is impacting all of our lives. At Viridian, we are here to support our clients, staff…

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COVID-19 Fact Sheets for Individuals and Businesses

COVID-19 Fact Sheets for Individuals and Businesses 1920 1080 Rakhee Ghelani

We’ve created some fact sheets to help you understand what government and business relief you may be able to access if you’ve been affected by…

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What most people don’t understand about superannuation

What most people don’t understand about superannuation 150 150 James Williams

The rules governing superannuation are in a constant state of flux because the government changes the legislation regularly, using it as a political football. So…

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Why little disciplines matter

Why little disciplines matter 150 150 Clint McNally

Little disciplines, like saving a little bit each week and putting it towards your mortgage or super fund, can make a significant impact on your…

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How I’m educating my kids about money

How I’m educating my kids about money 150 150 Ian Granter

I’m currently 55 and would like to be in a position to retire in the next decade. With that in mind, my wife and I…

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