Everalls Wealth Management Pty Ltd
Unit 3, Ground Floor,
Royal Life Saving House 26-28 Napier Close, Deakin ACT 2600

(02) 6232 4561

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What happens to my super when I die?

Have you ever wondered – what happens to my super when I die? How your super is distributed can’t be covered in your will – unless you’ve made the necessary arrangements with your super fund beforehand. Why can’t super be covered in my will? Your super can not typically be covered by your will because […]

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Pronup or prenup: What’s the difference?

Do you know the difference between a pronup and a prenup? Whether we like it or not, money can make or break a relationship. So it’s important for couples to be on the front foot when it comes to getting their finances in shape. According to Relationships Australia, money is the number one cause of […]

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How to retire early

Whether lifestyle preferences or personal circumstances are behind your decision for early retirement, you’ll need to make a plan. It will help your retirement savings last, while still enjoying a few of your favourite comforts in life. Understand how much money you may need for an early retirement Assuming you own your home outright and […]

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Ways to manage starting a family with a career

There are some things to consider when taking a career break to start a family. It’s important to assess how your finances could be affected, and how to manage the impact of that. Here are some tips for managing starting a family with your career.   1. Pressure to earn more money Once you have children, […]

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What could the 2019 election outcome mean for you?

While the count continues to confirm whether the Coalition will hold a majority it is now clear that the Coalition will form Government. As such it may be an opportune time to review some of the major positions that the Coalition announced and what they may mean for you. However, whilst it is known that […]

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How much do I need to retire?

Your retirement plan will often be determined by whether you can afford to stop working – and still have enough income to maintain your lifestyle. Latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics show some interesting things. The majority of men (36%) and women (22%) chose to retire at the time when they became eligible […]

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Buy, sell or hold: How to deal with market fluctuations

When share markets fall, investors have several different responses. Some get anxious and sell up at the first drop in value. Others are happy to ride out short term fluctuations to realise the long-term benefits of their investments down the track. One of the reasons for these different reactions is that all investments carry some […]

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Eight easy steps to take control of your super

Want to make the most of your super? Here are eight steps on how to take control of your super, check your super balance and get it sorted to make sure your retirement savings are on track. 1. Understand how superannuation works and what the benefits are Your super builds up throughout your working life. […]

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The hidden costs of buying a home

Budgeting to buy your dream home? There are several extra costs to buying a house to consider. 1. Pre-purchase costs Whether you’re buying property at auction or through private treaty, it’s important to make sure you’re aware of any pest or defect issues. The total cost of inspections can vary according to the type of […]