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How we help those planning retirement

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Less than 1% of
Australians retire early

Property investing is the safest and most effective way of building wealth while creating an ideal retirement scenario. Whether you are new to investing or an established family seeking future financial security, everyone can benefit from having a retirement strategy in place. Our team will review your current situation and create a tailored investment plan to help you retire sooner and with greater comfort.

How can we help?

Over the last decade we have helped thousands of Australians begin their property investment journey. Many of whom are now feeling the effects of what a passive income means to achieving a comfortable and secure retirement. You may already have an idea of what retirement means for you, but without a set plan or strategy in place, the lifestyle you hope for might not be attainable. Unfortunately 80% of Australians who don’t plan their retirement could end up becoming reliant on pension funds later in life. Together, we will show you how you can guarantee your ideal retirement lifestyle through the means of safe and responsible property investing. It is never too early to begin planning.

Who do we help?

We help everyday Australians and busy, time-poor professionals select high performance properties through our property market research and negotiation. Being one of the largest communities of investors in Australia affords our members access to our wide range of experts in finance, investment strategy, tax, research and more. Australians of all ages and backgrounds come to us and seek our personalised property investment guidance, to help grow their wealth with a profitable property portfolio.

Resources that can help you

Try our comprehensive investor calculators

Our range of calculators help you best plan critical parts of owning a property like borrowing, taxes and loan repayments.

Borrowing Power Calculator

The Borrowing Power Calculator calculates a maximum potential loan amount available based on the income and expenses entered. The calculator also displays the type of repayment required, at the frequency requested, in respect of the loan parameters entered, namely amount, term and interest rate.

Budget Planner Calculator

The Budget Planner calculator helps you get a better understanding of your income and expenses. Each tab and accordion has a variety of inputs to act as a guide for your financial position. It will then calculate your surplus income (for you to choose how to spend or invest) or show how much more you are spending than earning. The Budget Planner calculator assumes the income amounts are all net of any tax liability.

Income Tax Calculator

The Income Tax calculator rates are obtained from the Australian Tax Office’s “Schedule 1 Pay as you go (PAYG) withhold – Statement for of formulas for calculating amounts to be withheld” where the user has claimed the tax-free threshold with or without leave loading and have provided their TFN. It incorporates the Medicare Levy.

Repayment Calculator

The Loan Repayment Calculator calculates the type of repayment required, at the frequency requested, in respect of the loan parameters entered, namely amount, term and interest rate.

Stamp Duty Calculator

The Loan Repayment Calculator calculates the type of repayment required, at the frequency requested, in respect of the loan parameters entered, namely amount, term and interest rate.

Deposit Planner Calculator

The Savings and Term Deposit Calculator calculates the total accumulation in a savings account, at the regular deposit frequency requested or the interest earned on a term deposit for the investment term entered.