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  • Local > Global

    The extended Christmas break is a great chance to unplug and spend time with family and friends, have a trip away or just enjoy your own home and city. I used my recent break to unwind, catch up on some reading and (importantly) get engrossed in a Netflix series with my teenage daughters. However, this […]

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  • Partnering with the best

    Catching up with David Emby (Financial Planner) over coffee #867 Over recent months we have connected some Kennerlys’ clients with David Emby, a Certified Financial Planner, to provide specialised and trusted financial planning, investment and retirement advice.  So, I thought it was a good time to catch up with David to hear about his experience […]

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  • Vinnies CEO Sleepout

    Lucky number seven? Well, on June 22 that will be the number of times I’ve rolled out my sleeping bag and spent a night sleeping rough with other CEOs for the Vinnies CEO Sleepout.  Yes, I feel very lucky to have a warm bed each night, but for over 100,000 Australian’s this is sadly not […]

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  • Coffee #56

    In my last blog I explored why I’m looking forward to my next 10,000 coffees! Capturing coffees as my aspiration to become a better Principal Adviser has proven a great talking point. Coffee to me represents catching up with clients, being their to talk about their aspirations and devise strategies or discuss how to overcome […]

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  • Super Budget changes, not so super

    On 16th September 2016, the government clarified how the proposed budget changes of Super will work, this draft legislation has been issued and is preparing us for what you need. For Non concessional contributions, (NCC), being after tax contributions: example lump sum contributions from sale of investment property or in-specie contribution of a personal portfolio […]

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  • New Financial Year Message – 2017

    While we have just farewelled a financial year instead of a calendar year, our new fiscal year conversely brings significant changes both in Australia and abroad. The nation’s new Government is still undecided after one of the closest election results in recent history, indicating a very polarised nation.  Regardless of which party eventually governs the […]