We are proud to announce our continued sponsorship with the West Tigers at the 2019 season launch this morning. Good luck to Benji Marshall, David Nofaluma and the entire team involved in West Tigers. Would also like to send a big congratulations to Moses Mbye, we are sure you'll lead the team to success!
Wishing you all a Happy Chinese New Year! May the year of the pig be prosperous for us all. To recap the last month, here's what you need to know for the cash rate and latest economic developments in 1:34 minutes.
When it comes to setting financial priorities, medium-term goals often suffer from middle child syndrome, not taken as seriously as the oldest or indulged as much as the youngest.
The serious long-term goal of saving for retirement gets lots of attention, and rightly so. It’s super important. And next year’s trip to Bali will be so much fun, even if it does drain all your savings.
Sometimes, when thinking about your long-term financial goals, they can seem so big as to be insurmountable. But the truth is, those that achieve financial success don’t usually do so by encountering a sudden windfall. Rather, they have in place a set of small habits that allow them to work towards their dreams. And by investing small amounts over the long-term, they see big outcomes.
Some helpful tips to join the conversation movement with the EFS team in national “R U OK?” day today. If you notice someone who might be struggling, start a conversation.
In celebration of National Blood Donation week, the EFS team, together with the Economos Group, are proud to share that we have donated 19 times this year (and counting) - saving 57 lives!
1 in 3 Australians need blood, yet 1 in 30 donates.
So join us, and over half a million Aussies by clicking this link and donating today.
One of the major themes for local investors in 2018 is the fall in the Australian dollar, and it’s not just Aussie travellers heading overseas who are affected. Currency movements can have a big impact on your investment returns, but where there’s risk there’s also opportunity.
The Aussie dollar has dropped from a high of US81c in January to recent levels around US74c, its lowest in 18 months. So, what’s behind this decline and will it continue?
Australian motorists are not the only ones hoping that global oil prices have peaked after reaching four-year highs in 2018. Not only do high oil prices flow through to the price of petrol at your local service station, but they also increase the cost of doing business for everyone from farmers to airlines and push up the cost of living for households.