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Tax hack of the week
You could be paying more income tax than you have to if you dont have this is place
Investing hack of the week
New studies show AI and chatGPT can predict investment movements in a potential game changer for investors
Saving tip of the week
Offset accounts are touted as the best place to hold all your cash savings, but there are a few big problems that can lead to your offset making it harder to save money
Property tip of the week
Does buying an investment property make sense at 6% interest rates 🤔
Client story of the week
How these clients restructured their investments and adjusted their financial plan to drive tax savings of $31k using debt recycling
Money hack of the week
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