Should you really be working on your holiday?

First of all, if you are reading this whilst sipping on a Piña colada on the beaches of the Bahamas with the sounds of ukeleles in the distance I want to thank you 🙂   Seriously though, should you be working right now? While most Australians are enjoying a break in preparation for 2018, those […]

Fintech thinking needed for SMSF advancement

Fintech offerings are re-shaping financial services by showing how nimble and efficient common financial and investment tasks can become. For example, robo-advisers have enabled investors to quickly and easily set up an account online, determine their risk profile and be invested into a diversified portfolio in less time than it takes to drive to a […]

Why our screens are making us less happy?

  We are in a world where looking at a screen is just an integral part of life. We often find ourselves switching between our work computer, laptop and phone in a space of 8 hours. A matter of fact, you are actually reading this blog from a screen right now. A survey conducted by […]

The Issue of Offshoring Results 2017 – What do our clients think?

A few months ago, we reached out and asked our clients to share their view on offshoring and how it influences their decision to work with professional services businesses like ours. We then put together a press release to voice their opinion to the industry releasing the results from the survey via Superfund Wholesale. The below responses were featured in over 15 different publications […]

Minimising complexity essential for super success, says ASFA

Following the budget, The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) has said while not as substantial as the landmark reforms in last year’s Budget, this year’s package of superannuation-related measures announced by the government will nonetheless have a wide-ranging impact. ASFA CEO Dr Martin Fahy said ASFA has advocated for the extension of capital […]

Engaging our ‘creative side’…or so we thought!

Finance related professionals are often described as analytical, detail focused and often good with numbers. Historically, people assume this is because their brain is geared more towards using the “left side”, the side of the brain that is apparently responsible for logical tasks. Neuroscientists, however, have long proclaimed that this view of “right and left” […]