Making Cents of it All


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Our Making Cents of it All podcast talks all things wealth creation – from money management to financial freedom and everything in between. Whether you are a university student suiting up for your first job, a new start up or entrepreneur, small business, planning a business succession or in retirement transition, we invite you to listen in as we bring a wide range of experts who will share their experience, stories and knowledge to assist you in cutting through the noise.

Join our hosts Brett Griffiths, Superannuation Director, and Jarred Brooks, Financial Advisory Director, each month as they help you gain insight and take control of your wealth creation journey.

With segments on topical topics, in depth discussions and economic updates we will cut out the jargon and keep it simple to take the stress out of finance. To break it up and keep it fun, each episode will feature a Vincents Vino segment where our in-house wine connoisseur, Michael Lee, will review and taste a bottle of wine.

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The 12 month long Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry gained a lot of attention into the shortcomings of the Australian financial services sector. Hear from Vincents’ Director of Forensic Accounting Paul Green, as to what it means for the Australian consumer and the sector as a whole.

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Ultimately financial independence is about having enough passive income, so you can have the choice of when you make time for experiences.

With a clear focus, careful planning, saving and maintaining a long term investment strategy, you too can achieve your ideal lifestyle.

This episode we will highlight the three key drivers behind Financial Independence:

  1. How well you manage your money
  2. What you do with it, and
  3. Where you park it.

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At the end of the day we all understand SAVING is a necessity to achieving financial independence. A good Money Management Program is about having a structure to help you make more confident, smarter decisions around what you do with your money.

This episode we highlight some actionable strategies to improve your savings ability. Additionally you will be able to see where all your hard earned dollars are being spent, and more importantly, if this spending is actually aligned with what you value.

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Appropriate debt management is imperative for all wealth accumulation strategies but it is easy to go down the path of carrying excessive levels of debt and debt which is hindering your ability to achieve financial independence in the long term.

This episode we will take a look at the 3 categories of debt; Horrible, Tolerable and Productive Debt, and how each should be managed and used to optimise your financial position. We will also speak with our special guest, Phil Ringuet from Vincents Lending Solutions, about his top tips first home buyers, property investors and his insights on borrowing strategies.

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What is your greatest assets?… your Home? your Car?… this may come as an initial surprise to some but it’s your Income, your ability to earn income!

This episode we are joined by Mischa Bolot from Morgans Financial North Quay a Wealth Protection Specialist, who will provide a foundational understanding of the types of insurance available to you and why it is so important to have appropriate levels of cover. Email Mischa.