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An updated version of our mobile App is now available

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02 June 2017

We are pleased to advise that new features are now available in our App, including a new design and navigation menu.


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Cheap holiday ideas

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02 June 2017

Planning for a holiday can be exciting but it's easy to get discouraged once the costs start adding up. Here are some MoneySmart ideas to make your holiday budget go further.


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Beginner teachers

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02 June 2017

Think back to your first year of teaching: What were the main challenges you faced? Was there a strategy you used that you found beneficial?


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Directors Column

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02 June 2017

Your Board recently completed the annual Strategic Planning Session (SPS) together with the Executive Management team. The purpose of the SPS is to undertake a process that informs our strategic priorities having regard to the environmental, economic and financial outlook for the coming period and any other material influences determined from detailed research and experience.


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Downsizing your home in retirement

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02 June 2017

With the recent Federal Budget announcing potential superannuation and taxation benefits to people who sell their family home and downsize to a smaller property, it might be tempting to consider selling up and moving on.


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Unclaimed money

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02 June 2017

Did you know that there is $1.1 Billion in unclaimed money in Australia?1


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Teachers at tax time

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02 June 2017

If you’re a teacher or work in a school there are some things that you can claim on tax that other people can’t. Did you know that if you need to do yard duty you may be able to claim sunglasses and a hat? But if you are a PE teacher you probably can’t claim runners or sports clothes.


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Notices

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02 June 2017

Notices for the month of June 2017.


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2017 Federal Budget Analysis

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11 May 2017

The Federal Budget Analysis prepared by the MLC Technical team, part of GWM Adviser Services Limited, appears below.


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Young entrepreneurs

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02 May 2017

When you think about ‘entrepreneurship’ what images are conjured up? It’s unlikely that whatever you’re picturing will be in a school or classroom environment, but this is exactly where teachers are encouraged to sow the seeds of the start-ups of the future.


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Top 10 MoneySmart teaching resources

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02 May 2017

Check out the range of financial literacy education resources to use, created by MoneySmart these resources will help you teach students all about money – where it comes from and how to look after it.


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Directors' Column - Mastering Millennials

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02 May 2017

As employees and Directors of a Bank - mastering different generations of customers and co-workers will become a key competitive advantage, and our planning encompasses just that. Much has been made of inter-generational clashes between younger and older workers. For example it’s hard to imagine two US Presidents more different in attitudes and practices than the Gen X Barack Obama and Baby Boomer Donald Trump, but the available evidence indicates that the greatest conflicts occur between older generations, and Millennials born in the 1990s.


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Need to save more money? Create a budget!

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02 May 2017

While many Australians dream of financial freedom, it’s all too easy to get into negative financial habits.


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