Have you considered the financial and emotional implications of changing jobs?

Changing careers can be stressful - whether you love your job or you've been thinking about finding a new one, being without work or having to change careers unexpectedly can be planned for.

Many elderly people aim to remain independent, but in some cases this isn't possible.

Fortunately, there are many options. Sometimes staying at home with regular support is possible and sometimes full-time in-home care is required. You may find that eventually you're faced with the difficult decision of helping your parents move to another residence where their wellbeing can be better supported.

Receiving an inheritance can leave you with mixed feelings.

Dealing with the loss of a loved one, grief and other emotions can make it difficult to decide what to do. Sometimes during emotionally challenging times, the impact of tax and inheritance rules can be the last thing on your mind.

Financial advice can make a big difference in how quickly you can pay off your home or investment property.

How you structure your mortgage, and considering any existing loans and savings accounts you have-makes a big difference to your long-term financial success.

Welcoming a child may be one of the most exciting and overwhelming times of your life.

Financial decisions need to be made and it certainly pays to plan well ahead for such a significant time in life - especially if there's the chance your situation means changing from two incomes to one for any length of time.

Separating from your partner can be one of the most challenging times in your life.

When separating from your partner you'll need to review any joint investments, bank accounts, superannuation funds, personal insurance, health insurance, and possibly your tax arrangements. If you have children, you may need to address child maintenance arrangements too.

Welcome to Kingston Financial Planning Pty Ltd

Welcome to Kingston Financial Planning Pty Ltd where we help our clients make confident financial decisions.

Seeking the advice of a qualified financial planner will arm you with the confidence to face life’s most challenging financial questions such as:

  • How can I provide for a comfortable retirement?
  • How long will my capital last in retirement?
  • What is transition to retirement?
  • How will my family cope if I lose my job?
  • How can I maximise my CentreLink benefits?
  • How can I make the most of the recent budget changes?
  • Where should I invest?
  • How can I increase my wealth?
  • How can I legally reduce my tax?
  • Is our estate planning in order and structured tax effectively?
  • How can I pay off my mortgage and other debts quicker
  • How can I cover myself and/or family against events such as death, illness and injury

Call us At Kingston Financial Planning Pty Ltd to help you take the important step to securing your financial future.

“Most people have a gap between where they are today and the lifestyle they would like to enjoy.

Our financial planning process, gives you a step-by-step strategy to achieve your goals and maximise your financial potential. What’s more you’ll feel in control.

You’ll know where you’re going with your money and have the benefit of our professional guidance along the way.”

Geoff Axton, Principal and Certified Financial Planner

Kingston Financial Planning Pty Ltd (ABN 34 119 387 012) is an authorised representative of Charter Financial
Planning Ltd ABN 35 002 976 294, Australian Financial Services Licence and Australian Credit Licence No. 234665

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