Premier Financial Planning’s Federal Budget summary

May 10, 2023

Last night, the Federal Government handed down the budget for 2023-24. There were several winners in this year’s budget including but not limited to, economically disadvantaged women, small businesses and the aged care sector. The cost-of-living...[Read More]

Seminar 2023

May 10, 2023

Earlier this year, we were able to host our Annual Financial Seminar. The evening was held at Morrison's Riverview Winery in Moama with guest speakers Leila Romanos & Chantelle Barnes. Thank you to those who attended. [gallery...[Read More]

Pathway to budget balance littered with tough calls

April 26, 2023

Cost of living relief must be temporary and targeted and cash splashes shelved if the federal government is serious about taming inflation and returning the budget to balance in the next 10 years, new PwC analysis shows. Modelling by the major...[Read More]

March Premier Financial Planning Newsletter

March 7, 2023

Welcome to the March edition of Feedsy! Rob and Troy attended the Lifespan Conference in Melbourne at the end of February. Over three days, they attended workshops and guest speaker presentations. A key takeaway from the conference included two...[Read More]

Premier Financial Planning Newsletter

October 28, 2022

Welcome to the November edition of the Premier Financial Planning Newsletter.   We have been keeping an eye on the floods here in Deniliquin but have been very fortunate thus far, we are thinking of our clients that have been...[Read More]

Budget good, but more needed: business

October 27, 2022

Peak business groups have hailed the Albanese government’s first budget as careful and cautious, but warn hard work lies ahead to shore up the economy. Business Council chief Jennifer Westacott said the Labor economic blueprint made the...[Read More]

Premier Financial Planning Newsletter

September 9, 2022

Hello and welcome to our September edition of our financial planning newsletter. A very big welcoming to Spring, although it has been a wet start we are hopeful the sunshine is not far away! An exciting reminder that our annual seminar is returning...[Read More]

Fuel efficiency rules next hurdle for govt

August 10, 2022

Australia could help drivers save billions of dollars by matching fuel efficiency rules for cars imposed by other leading economies, a public policy think tank says. Stronger standards for new vehicles would cut greenhouse gas emissions and reduce...[Read More]

Premier Financial Planning Newsletter

August 3, 2022

Welcome to our August edition of the Premier Financial Planning newsletter. As of Friday the 5th of August the street parking in-front of our offices may be limited due to an Edward River Council project. There will be temporary pods along End...[Read More]

Premier Financial Planning News

June 29, 2022

Welcome to the July edition of the Premier Financial Planning Newsletter. Happy Financial New Year! Please see our below top rated articles including updates that come into affect July 1st. Stay warm, -The Premier Financial Planning team.

June Premier Financial Planning Newsletter

June 1, 2022

Welcome to the June edition of the Premier Financial Planning newsletter, the 1st day of Winter sure is here! We have been a bit quiet lately with our newsletters but we have been keeping busy behind the scenes, showing our newest employee the...[Read More]

NAPLAN testing takes final step to online

May 11, 2022

More than one million students will take part in the latest round of annual NAPLAN testing and for the first time, all the assessments will be conducted online. Students in years 3, 5, 7, and 9 will sit the national literacy and numeracy test across...[Read More]

Insurance: Every 12-18 months, make sure you ask yourself these questions

April 28, 2022

We have 5 important questions to ask yourself in relation to your insurance needs. If you answer YES to any of these questions, you could benefit from reviewing your insurance cover with the help of your financial adviser. 1) Have you welcomed...[Read More]

Worker demand points to low jobless rate

April 13, 2022

Continued strong demand for skilled workers backs economists’ predictions that the latest jobs figures will show the unemployment rate below four per cent for the first time in nearly 50 years. At the same time, the cut in fuel excise...[Read More]

States to share in $166b of federal funds

March 30, 2022

The states are set to share in $166.4 billion from the federal government over the next financial year. The budget papers released on Tuesday reveal the Morrison government will permanently boost the size of the GST pool to be distributed among the...[Read More]