Aussies face into new world of work more positively than global peers

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The nature of work continues to evolve, with technology creating more opportunities for self employment and ‘gig work’, and movement between jobs, industries and locations becoming more commonplace. However, this increase in flexibility has come at a cost, with workers prone to more gaps when it comes to job and income security. At the same […]

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Zurich and Oxford University uncover the Australian ‘IP Gap’

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Us Aussies are an optimistic bunch, however there’s a big difference between having a relaxed outlook and leaving the important things to chance. Unfortunately this overconfident, ‘bulletproof’ Australian mentality – according to Zurich’s latest research report – is leaving too many of us underinsured. The Income Protection Gap, conducted in conjunction with Oxford University, uncovers […]

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What does it mean to win the ‘Olympics of advice’?

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The hunt is on again for the AFA Adviser and Practice of the Year. Now in its fourteenth year, we’re looking to raise the bar even higher, looking for those exceptional advisers whose innovative thinking, customer-centricity, leadership and commitment to higher purpose help take the professionalism of our industry to new heights. So, as the […]

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How to build an award-winning business: Four lessons from the AFA Adviser of the Year

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Now in its thirteenth year, the AFA Adviser of the Year (and more recently, the Practice of the Year) award is about recognising the best of the best. The award shines a light on those advisers and businesses that are leading the industry through their support for new and innovative ideas, their drive for customer-centricity […]

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