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Celebrate your wins for 2018!

The silly season is here, and even though the calendar is jam-packed, it is important to take some time to celebrate your wins for the year. Fire-up the bbq, crack open the bubbly and cheers to yourself for 2018!

If you earn most of your income from employment then our first article on super choices is a must-read. We have included an article that we hope helps answer some of your questions relating to the recent market volatility.

We have provided an insight into a dynamic approach to spending and drawdowns in retirement; A must-read for anyone nearing retirement. As is the article on reverse mortgages, which addresses the need to carefully balance both today's needs and likely future financial requirements.

Avoid wasting food this festive season with 10 tips on how to reduce food waste daily.

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Mary Kelly

Super choices for employees

If you earn most of your income from employment, you may want to make personal deductible contributions - instead of, or in addition to, salary sacrifice.

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What does the recent market volatility mean for investors?

What’s causing the current market volatility and how does this volatility impact the funds you invest in? John Owen Portfolio Specialist at MLC answers these questions and more.

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A dynamic approach to retiree spending and drawdowns

Here's a critical question for retirees and those nearing retirement: How much are you intending to drawdown and spend each year from your retirement savings?

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Reverse mortgages: Short-term gain, long-term pain

The home remains the primary assets for the majority of people and the property market - particularly in major cities - has generally been kind for those who were in the market over the past decade or so.

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10 Brilliant Ways to Reduce Food Waste Daily

If you’re interested in living a low waste lifestyle, the best place to start is your kitchen. We waste food every day, but there are easy ways to lessen that impact without having to become a totally different person.

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