How the 2019 Federal Election May Affect Your Finances
Whenever there’s an election looming, it’s normal to be financially cautious. Now that the dust has settled and the results are in, it’s much safer to make choices about how you’re handling your finances moving forward.
The best way to make a sound choice of course is to be well informed. That’s why we organised an industry information night for our clients and their friends.
Our guest speaker for the evening was Bryan Ashenden, Head of Financial Literacy and Advocacy at BT Financial Group. Bryan presented a vital talk on how the Federal Election may impact our personal and business finances. Aside from gaining the knowledge needed to make clever financial decisions for the future, clients in attendance were also treated to some food, drinks and a chance to socialise and exchange ideas with one another. Everyone found it very beneficial to hear from Bryan about the coalition’s key policy themes for the year ahead and financial strategies to consider adopting.
This document contains general advice. It does not take account of your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider talking to a Financial Adviser before making a financial decision. This document has been prepared by Count Financial Limited ABN 19 001 974 625, AFSL 227232, (Count) a wholly-owned, non-guaranteed subsidiary of Commonwealth Bank of Australia ABN 48 123 123 124. ‘Count’ and Count Wealth Accountants® are trading names of Count. Count Financial Advisers are authorised representatives of Count. Information in this document is based on current regulatory requirements and laws, as at 17 January 2018, which may be subject to change. While care has been taken in the preparation of this document, no liability is accepted by Count, its related entities, agents and employees for any loss arising from reliance on this document.
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