How to become a mono-tasker | Money & Life

How to become a mono-tasker Are you addicted to multi-tasking? Dr Amantha Imber provides three science-backed strategies to become a mono-tasker. You’re working hard on a report. It’s due tomorrow. But it’s hard work. And you’re feeling stuck with what to write next. To relieve the discomfort, you do a ‘just check’ of your inbox. After spending a couple of minutes feeling productive by deleting all the e-newsletters that always seem to return even after …

Making sense of the Economic Stimulus Package | Money & Life

Making sense of the Economic Stimulus Package In March and April 2020, a whole range of payments have been announced for Australians looking for financial relief as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and economic crisis. Find out more about these measures and how your clients could benefit from the Federal Government’s economic stimulus package. The global and local impact of the COVID-19 pandemic has introduced many new questions in conversations between financial planners and …

The value of financial advice during the COVID-19 crisis | Money & Life

The value of financial advice during the COVID-19 crisis It’s no secret that, for many of those working in the financial advice and insurance industries, the past few years have required some adapting to. Going back to 2018, the Life Insurance Framework (LIF) introduced the first caps on commissions, and just over a year later, the Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry created a paradigm shift in the regulation …

Retirement planning: new insights on what clients need most | Money & Life

Retirement planning: new insights on what clients need most What can make the biggest difference to wellbeing in retirement? According to the new Best Possible Retirement Index (BPR Index©) from CoreData, having more in super savings isn’t always the answer to living a better life in retirement. Typically, Australians worry about money more than they worry about anything else and this can have many negative impacts on our lives. The good news is that financial …