Financial Insights & Updates - January 2022
Welcome to the first issue of Financial Insights and Updates for the year 2022.
We start the year with the video “The World Ahead: the true costs of ageing”, looking at how societies can afford the looming costs of caring for their growing elderly populations.
As usual, we have included an economic update for the quarter ended December 2021.
Although it’s coming to the end of January, it’s still not too late to say goodbye to bad habits and get your finances on track. Read the article “Get set for financial success for 2022” for tips on how, or come talk to us any time!
An article that addresses a question we get asked often by our younger clients is “Should I invest my home deposit?”. Feel free to forward it on to any family or friends you think the article might be relevant for. Alternatively, a chat can be arranged with us for said relative/friend at a mutually convenient time.
In signing off, please remember that we are always available to answer any questions or queries you may have. We look forward to an amazing year of working with you.
The Team at Savanna Pride
Feature Video: The World Ahead: the true costs of ageing | The Economist
Quarterly Economic Update: October - December 2021
Victoria and New South Wales saw their economies roar back to life as they emerged from lockdown just in time for a new kid to arrive on the coronavirus block. Omicron spread around the world seemingly within days... Read More
Get retirement ready, no matter your age
Whether you’ve just started out in the workforce, or you’re getting ready to call it a day, it’s always a good time to start planning for life after work. Here’s our decade by decade guide... Read More
Get set for financial success in 2022
Now’s the perfect time to say bye-bye to bad habits and get your finances on track. Here are five things you can do to set yourself up for financial success in the new year... Read More
Should I invest my home deposit?
In the past year, national housing values have risen a whopping 22.2 per cent, adding around $126,700 to the median cost of a home. The rapid rate of growth has left many would-be homebuyers out in the cold... Read More
No insurance? Why take the risk?
On average, only 25% of debilitating injuries occur at work or are work-related.
In 2018/19 there were 114,435 compensation claims made for serious work-related injuries in Australia... Read More
Is your inner entrepreneur calling?
Work From Home (WFH) arrangements seem to have got our creative juices flowing with more online, home-based businesses springing up every day, providing a limitless variety of goods and services... Read More