• January 31, 2019

    Should you be claiming workers compensation?

    According to the ABS*, of the 13.4 million Australians who have worked at some time in the last 12 months, 563,600 experienced work-related injury or illness during that same period. Of these 563,600 people, only 52% received workers compensation.

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  • January 23, 2019

    Can you spot a scam online?

    Yesterday it was released that Jigsaw, with Google, has developed an 8-question quiz to help you and I learn how to spot what’s real and what’s not when it comes to phishing attempts. Phishing is about stealing your data, your passwords in order to gain access to your account or to trick you into installing malware.

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  • December 4, 2018

    Tips for Avoiding End-of-Year Debt

    The holidays are a wonderful time of year but with them comes so many expectations and potential obligations that it’s important to consider the cost and make a plan.
    According to Finders, Aussies totalled over $29 billion in credit card debt in December 2017. It seems CRAZY and yes, it’s a massive number but with all of the ads and pressures we sometimes feel, it can be easy to lose track of our spending this time of year. Holiday parties, travel, decorations and gifts are just a few of the things that start to accumulate and can turn into unnecessary stress but, it IS avoidable and you CAN set yourself up to start 2019 strong.

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  • November 8, 2018

    Have you thought about your DREAMS lately?

    We all have dreams, some are bigger than others. Sometimes dreams may not come until later in life, sometimes dreams die for one reason or another, and sometimes they are so contagious, we must stop at nothing to see them come to life.

    Whatever phase of life you may be in right now, know that it is exactly where you are meant to be. Daily life may feel boring and ordinary but ordinary moments can lead to extraordinary ones. It’s always about taking steps forward, being consistent, and learning new things.

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