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From the monthly archives: March 2012

We are pleased to present below all posts archived in 'March 2012'. If you still can't find what you are looking for, try using the search box.

Market and Economic Conference Call

Posted on Thursday, March 29, 2012

Feel free to join Instreet Investment Limited who are hosting a conference call on there latest opinions on economies and markets.

The call is on Monday 2 April 2012 at 3pm

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ASIC releases full report on retirement advice shadow shopping research

Posted on Wednesday, March 28, 2012
ASIC’s research found that:
  • over a third of the advice examples were poor (39%)
  • there were only two examples of good quality advice (3%)
  • the majority of advice examples reviewed (58%) were adequate.
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Age Pension Calculator

Posted on Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Age Pension Calculator

I came across this handy little calculator for pensioners to do what if analysis. Feel free to share. http://bit.ly/GVNXZX

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10 Key Questions For Investors

Posted on Monday, March 26, 2012
Aussie equities have enjoyed a solid reporting season and a more confident start to 2012. Risk appetite appears to be returning as evidenced by recent investment flows from Bond to Equity markets. RBS Morgans’ key picks for 2012 have so far outperformed the Large Cap index by 4.1% and the Small Cap Index by 19.4%. It’s a cliché, but investors need to remain circumspect, be selective and take profits where appropriate. We discuss 10 common questions topical to current markets Read the rest of entry »

12% Superannuation Explained

Posted on Monday, March 26, 2012

In May 2010, working Australians received a pleasant surprise when the Federal Treasurer, Mr Wayne Swan, announced that compulsory employer superannuation contributions were set to jump from the current 9% of salary to 12% by July 2019, a whopping 33% increase in Superannuation contributions.

So effective the 1st of July 2013, SG entitlements will increase to 9.25% and to eventually 12% from July 2019. Below is a handy table for you to see what you are entitled to and when.

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