Low interest rates and unsettled sharemarkets make the chase for yield a challenging prospect. And yield is important, particularly for those approaching or already in the retirement phase. Because maintaining capital and enjoying a steady
Just when those saving for retirement thought the rules couldn’t get any more complex, the Turnbull Government has revised some of the key elements of the controversial superannuation reforms it announced in the May 2016
The 2016 Variety Bash kicked off last weekend and EFS are proud to support this great cause! The Variety Bash is Australia's largest motoring event staged by Variety the Children's Charity and sees participants setting
Budget 2016: Blueprint for an election Treasurer Scott Morrison promised it would be no ordinary budget but instead an ‘economic plan for jobs and growth’. With the federal election to be called as early as
Hi Everyone, Welcome to my monthly blog. My aim in these blogs will be to bring you on my journey towards what will hopefully be a successful 2016. Currently I’m at Falls Creek in Victoria.
Global ratings agencies Standard & Poor’s and Moody’s have effectively put the new Turnbull government on notice to reduce the nation’s budget deficit or risk a downgrade in Australia’s credit rating. Sounds serious, but what
‘Resilient’ is perhaps the best way to sum up Australia’s economic performance over the past 12 months. That was the word used by Standard and Poor’s director of sovereign ratings, Craig Michaels, when confirming Australia’s
When was the last time you were truly relaxed at home? When you could really unwind and enjoy your surroundings, without a nagging sense that there’s something else you should be doing? Chances are, it