Archive for the Lifestyle Financial Planning Category

Having multiple Super Accounts and “zombie insurance” costs Australians billions!

Having multiple Super Accounts and “zombie insurance” costs Australians billions! At AAM, we find it depressing to know that one third of Australians have unintended multiple super accounts — costing $2.6b annually in fees**. An Audit of your Supers can show if it can be consolidated and [...]Read more

Would you like Something for Nothing?

AAM UK Pension Audit
Would you like Something for Nothing? If you don’t have your Optimum Pension, your retirement security may be at risk. Would you like us to help to check this – with no charge or obligation? It’s possible you paid a high price for your pension, you’re paying [...]Read more

5 Life Changing Financial Tips

Most investors want to earn the highest rate of return whilst minimising risk. AAM presents Five nuggets of financial wisdom that could change the way you invest.

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Another Year, Another UK Budget

Back in November 2016, the then relatively new Chancellor announced an end to Spring Budgets after the one due in March 2017. A new cycle is now in place, with March 2018 having seen Mr. Hammond present a relatively brief Spring Statement. Whereas his predecessors had often turned the Autumn Statement into a second unofficial Budget, Mr. Hammond is aiming for major tax changes to be announced only once every 12 months, well ahead of the start of the tax year.

It is rumoured that the next Budget could come as early as October.

So, what can we expect…?

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A New Year, A New Pension?

With a new year comes a fresh opportunity to get your finances in order, and with more than 90% of Britons not saving enough for the retirement income they are aiming for, why not take the opportunity to focus on your pension?

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The Value of Advice – Why it is Important to Seek Financial Advice

Investors working with Financial Planners are on average $80,000 better off than those who don’t.

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Time to make your New Year’s Resolutions?

Financial Plans 2017

It is hard to believe that 2017 is here already! This is the time of year when we think about the year ahead and make our New Year’s Resolutions – but what about our finances?

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New in Town? 8 Crucial First Steps for the Singapore Expatriate

Moving to another country can be a harrying experience, especially when it comes to your finances. The good news is that Singapore is the financial hub of Asia – whatever services you need, you can find the best providers in the world. All you have to do is make sure you cover this checklist of crucial concerns.

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Young, Single and Spending too Much?

A notorious city for high salaries, Singapore is a great place to earn a decent living after just leaving University, but it is also a very good place to spend your money. Whether it is shopping trips down Orchard Road, Brunches in 5-Star hotels or drinking along the quays or at the beach; Singapore is a very easy place to spend all of your hard earned cash.

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2016 Is Here – Time to Make Your New Year’s Resolutions?

This is the time of year when we think about the year ahead and make our New Year’s Resolutions – but what about our finances? Here are some tips to get your finances in order.

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