The changing face of financial planning

It used to be a pretty good racket. You’d hold a corporate super book for a couple of big organisations, and for the annual price of a PowerPoint presso and a bottle of Grange to the MD you’d receive a juicy 0.66% of each employee’s Super balance. Every now and again your accountant mates would send across someone looking for a bit of help getting across the line to retirement and you’d whack them into a TTR and make sure they got a Christmas... Read More

Product Testing Westpac’s Bluechip 20

General Advice Warning: The information contained on this web site is general in nature and does not take into account your personal situation. You should consider whether the information is appropriate to your needs, and where appropriate, seek professional advice from a financial advisor. With 2010 coming to a close – failing a Christmas miracle Santa rally over the next few days – it’s safe to suggest it has been a hard 12 months... Read More

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Long Straws is the personal blog of Stephen Colman.

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