Steps to Financial Planning

Your adviser is like a personal trainer for your money Financial advice will mean different things to different people. It will be tailored to your own unique circumstances and focus on the aspects of your financial situation that will deliver the greatest immediate and long-term benefit. STEP 1: … [Read more...]

Avoid the Xmas Crunch

Enjoy the holiday season and start 2016 with more money in your pocket. The holiday season is a joyful and happy time, however it is too often followed by a financial hangover. Find out how to avoid it and get your budget on track.  We will give you some simple hints and tips on setting a budget … [Read more...]

Explore your options this end of financial year

With the end of financial year fast approaching now is a good opportunity to review your super savings with Country Wide Wealth. More and more people are finding that a conversation with an expert today can help them build for a better lifestyle tomorrow – with the added potential of saving on tax … [Read more...]

2014 Federal Budget

The lead-up to the Federal Budget was dominated by talk of cutbacks, with the National Commission of Audit helping to build the case for introducing measures to bring long-term spending growth under control. Now the waiting is over, what does it all mean for your hip pocket? When it comes to … [Read more...]

Back to School planning tips

As children head back to school after the summer holidays many parents across Australia can breathe a sigh of relief.  However it’s not always as simple as shuffling them out the front door and waving goodbye. Parents might feel like they are just recovering from the cost of Christmas, so the … [Read more...]

6 ways to spring clean and save!

With the arrival of the warmer weather, many people’s thoughts turn to spring-cleaning. Instead of just clearing out the cupboards and washing the windows, why not spring clean your finances and save money at the same time? That way you’re not only dusting away the cobwebs, but also improving your … [Read more...]