FSP News

Financial Services Partners releases a monthly editorial, a monthly economic update and a quarterly newsletter for clients and contacts of our advisers.

The monthly economic update takes a look at the latest issues affecting local and international markets.

The quarterly edition of 'The Key' keeps you up to date with the current hot topics in the world of financial planning and personal wealth management. The current and topical areas of advice we look at can include superannuation, investment, retirement, wealth protection through insurance, redundancy and estate planning.

In addition, we also release a special Budget edition of 'The Key' newsletter shortly after each Federal Budget is announced each year.

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Keeping in Touch - September 2016

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Taking control of your (financial) future

For many women, starting again after being left widowed or divorced can be difficult and overwhelming. We look at how good financial advice can make a real difference.

The Key Newsletter – Spring 2016

Published 20 September 2016 Download The Key Newsletter – Spring 2016

Issue 52 of the latest market insights from Financial Services Partners includes:

  • What’s driving the volatility in the Australian dollar?
  • How the ATO’s new LRBA rules affect SMSF trustees
  • Further guidance on the $500k lifetime cap on nonconcessional contribution
  •  5 ways to build resilience

Market Wrap - September 2016

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Market Highlights - September 2016

• Share markets moved higher as complacency rose
• Bond yields moved higher but central bank liquidity limited the rise
• Slowdown in Chinese industrial growth points to risks for commodity prices



Keeping in Touch - August 2016

Published 20 August 2016 Download Keeping in Touch – August 2016

Election update: how will your finances be affected?

Now that the election has been finalised, here we look at some of the new government’s policy changes that could have an impact on your financial situation.