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Save and invest

Whether you're looking to grow your business, saving for a rainy day or investing for your retirement, it's important to move forward with the right tools and advice.

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Thinking about saving

Be proactive

Whether it's being more careful with printing or buying some cheaper (but no less delicious) biscuits for the tea room, little changes can make a big difference to your business expenses. Consider everything from overheads to pricing when looking for ways to save.

Set yourself up for success

Once you have a clear savings goal for yourself or your business in mind, there are a number of ways you can achieve it. Select the right support and tools, including financial advice, to form a savings and investment strategy that can help you reach your goals faster.

Invest wisely

Investing can be a great strategy to grow your wealth, however it's not without an element of risk. From understanding your risk appetite, to choosing an advisor and selecting your trading platform, there's a lot to think about.

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Grow your business checklist

We’ve compiled a checklist of actions that will help prepare your business for the next level.

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The five biggest money mistakes

See what the five biggest money mistakes are and get proactive about getting back on the right track. 

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Turning savings into investing

If you want to put money away faster and take care of your financial future, you may want to consider investing.

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Choosing the right advisors

A successful business needs support to increase its chances of doing well. Find experienced allies you can trust to help you guide your business to greater success.

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Managing your overheads

Here are some tips about managing your operating expenses.

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A brief introduction to share investing

An introduction to investing from ANZ Wealth - why invest, what your options are and what to consider.

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What type of investor are you?

Much like tackling a home renovation, the best way to approach your investments depends on how hands on you want to be.

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The millon-dollar super question

Industry experts say $1m-plus is the “magic” figure for a comfortable retirement, despite official recommendations of $545,000.

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Shares, property or cash?

Shares, property, fixed interest, cash: what assets can you invest in and what's the right mix?

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