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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The Key Newsletter – Autumn 2016
Published 7 March 2016
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Issue 50 of the latest market insights from Financial Services Partners includes:
• Time to consider the alternatives
• New changes to the aged care rules
• The value of advice on budget and cashflow management
• The secret to living longer
Market Wrap - February 2016
Published 11 February 2016
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Market Highlights - February 2016
- Share markets dropped sharply in January posting one of their worst starts to a year
- Concerns over growth in China and falling oil prices initially caused concerns
- The European Central Bank (ECB) signalled potentially more stimulus while the Bank of Japan (BoJ) cut rates into negative territory
Keeping in Touch - February 2016
Published 5 February 2016
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New year, fresh ideas
With the New Year now underway, how are you going to manage your money differently in 2016?
Looking at your finances with fresh eyes will help you get set for the year ahead and give you a better chance of achieving what you want in life financially.
Market Wrap - January 2016
Published 13 January 2016
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Market Highlights - January 2016
- Central bank actions drove markets as the US Federal Reserve (Fed) raised interest rates for the first time in nine years
- Weaker sentiment in commodity markets, especially oil, also weighed on risk appetite
- Signs of stabilisation in China and strong employment saw Australia buck the trend