Keystone Financial Blog

The Upside of a Market Downturn

Posted on23 Mar 2020
The Upside of a Market Downturn Most people view share market downturns as unequivocally bad events. Suddenly, hard earned savings aren’t worth as much as they were yesterday. It seems as if our money is evaporating, and in the heat of the moment selling up can look like the best course of action.

The True Cost of an Epidemic

Posted on09 Mar 2020
The True Cost of an Epidemic Recent events such as the coronavirus outbreak highlight the far-reaching effects of an epidemic. Following the initial devastation of these events, the true cost of an epidemic takes time to filter through the economy. In this article, we're taking a look at the ...

10 Common Financial Mistakes Before Retirement

Posted on05 Mar 2020
10 Common Financial Mistakes Before Retirement Many of us would like to think that ‘older’ means ‘wiser’, but when it comes to money that isn’t always the case. The complexity of Australia’s superannuation and pension systems doesn’t help. The upshot is that there are a number of common mistakes ...

Multiple Super Accounts and You

Posted on23 Feb 2020
Multiple Super Accounts and You Regardless of your age, one of the ways to help you grow your wealth and prepare for retirement is to take an active interest in your superannuation sooner rather than later, especially when considering the impact that having multiple superannuation accounts may have ...

Household Consumption and the Diderot Effect

Posted on17 Feb 2020
Household Consumption and the Diderot Effect Today, we have consumer goods and services, both essential and desirable, that our ancestors could only have dreamt of in their lifetime. And yet, some of us are still driven to, or prompted to, purchase even more.

The Relationship Between Saving Motives and Saving Habits

Posted on11 Feb 2020
The Relationship Between Saving Motives and Saving Habits Before we dive in, take a moment to consider which of the following best describes you and your household in terms of your current saving habits?

side1-1

side2-1