How to manage your life admin (without losing your hair)

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Be honest, how do you feel about 30 June? Not so much the day itself, but the implications that come with it. It marks the end of the Financial Year, which means tax time, which means getting your affairs in order, which means booking in with the accountant, which means a mad rush to try and find all your receipts, which means silently cursing yourself for not being more organised during the year, which ultimately makes you want to curl ...

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What to do with your money in a corona-crisis

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Are you like me and suffering from serious information overload at the moment? It seems like everyone you speak to has an opinion about how quickly things will return to ‘normal’, what the economic impact is going to be long-term, and whether you should invest in a lifetime’s supply of toilet paper.

Let’s face it – none of us have been through anything like this before. So no-one is going to have all the answers. But what you can do is ...

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Physical health is only one half of the battle

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I have a confession to make – I had a very different blog planned for this month. But in a matter of weeks, the world has completely changed. We are all facing into an unprecedented challenge, which is not just a threat to our physical health, but also our mental health and happiness.

It’s never been more important to acknowledge the effect stress and social isolation can have on our mental state.

With that in mind, I’ve put together some ideas for ...

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Are you self-employed? You might be putting your family at risk!

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Self employedI read an article recently that said of all people in the workforce tradies are among the most likely to need life insurance but also least likely to have any cover in place. It got me thinking that there are actually a lot of people out there in a similar boat – I’m talking about people who are self-employed.

Don’t get me ...

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