Saving for that special something
Most of us have things we want but not everyone can simply go out and buy them. Whether it’s a new car, an overseas trip or a deposit for your first home, that something special is achievable if you are realistic and put in place a disciplined savings program.
Common questions to consider
Some questions you may wish to consider include:
- Where does all my money go?
- How much should I be saving each week?
- How do I make the most of my savings?
- Where should I put my money while I’m saving?
- What is the benefit of starting early?
How we can help
When you have a special goal in mind, you might need help working out how much you need to save and how to look after what you’ve achieved so far.
- Review and help you set specific goals and a target timeframe to achieve them.
- Look at how much you’ll need for long-term goals.
- Review your spending patterns, financial commitments and debts.
- Identify your opportunities to save money.
- Recommend savings or investment strategies to achieve your goal.
- Review, recommend and organise appropriate insurance to protect your existing assets and your financial situation.
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