Meet Ian Harpley, 2015 Money Management Business Development Management State Winner for NSW. Ian Harpley helps some of the top advisers in NSW to grow their advisory businesses. Ian has been in the Life Insurance industry since 2007 and immediately found that building relationships both internally and externally in the industry left him with a [...]
Developing intergenerational relationships can help safeguard your business against an ageing population and can assist in building your client base for the future.
Meet the children… Why you should introduce younger family members to your financial adviser.
While you may think you are too young for financial advice, getting an early start financially can have a major impact later on. After all, the money you save and invest now while you’re still young can have many years in front of it to compound and grow.
With Australia’s population ageing exponentially, developing relationships with younger clients is one possible way to safeguard your business and build your client base for the future. And what better place to start than your clients’ children?
Providing a good education is a huge part of preparing your children for the best possible future.
Here are some steps to help you get on the right track to fund your children’s’ education.
Changing jobs can be exciting – more responsibility and more income. But the options available around super and insurance can be confusing.
Here are some points to consider when changing jobs.
Recent claims that super savings of $1 million aren’t enough to retire on don’t tell the whole story. Understand what everyone’s talking about and know what’s right for you.
We’re knee-deep in 2015, but changes that have occurred this year already may trail for another 30 years for those looking to enter the property market.