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A year full of adventures

Welcome to our first newsletter for 2019. We hope your year is filled with plenty of adventures.

2018 was a bumpy year for investors. But according to Dr Shane Oliver in our first article, there are a number of reasons to suggest that 2019 will be a better year. If you are looking at getting started in the world of investing, our list of common mistakes to avoid is a must-read. 

We explore some of the avenues available for retirement living options. And, provided a few tips to help you save money by reducing your food waste.

Grab your 9-iron, because we have listed eight amazing Australian golf courses that you must play.

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Four reasons the 2019 global economic outlook looks positive

Many investors were rattled by the equity market falls in late 2018, but Dr Shane Oliver says there are a number of reasons to suggest that in 2019 a well-diversified portfolio should deliver reasonable returns.

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6 things to avoid as a newbie investor

Whatever your age, if you’re thinking of dabbling in investments like shares, managed funds or cryptocurrencies, here are a few things to steer clear of.

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Retirement living options

Whether you’re considering downsizing your home, relocating to a different city, renovating your existing residence, moving into a retirement village or an aged care facility, there’s a lot to think about.

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9 ways to stop wasting food and start saving money

Aussies are throwing out a massive $8 billion worth of edible food every year.

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8 amazing Australian golf courses you must play

For some travellers, golf clubs are the first item to be packed when taking a break. The accessibility and wide variety of Australian courses ensures that playing golf when on holidays is a popular pastime.

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