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New Year, New Me… New Why?

We’re at the end of January already and perhaps you are concerned your “New Year, New Me” approach to 2017 is already beginning to falter?  Feeling like you should have resolved to never set resolutions again? Instead of giving up,… Read more »

What’s Been Happening at Soundbridge – Christmas Celebrations & Staff Awards!

Tis the season and with Christmas upon us we have been enjoying our annual Christmas festivities and traditions. Our client Christmas Parties were a hit and everyone had a great time catching up informally with friends and the Soundbridge Management… Read more »

What’s Happening at Soundbridge: Jordan’s Award

Soundbridge Adviser Peter Harding, was over the moon with the announcement of his daughter, Jordan’s Citizenship Award on her last day of Primary School. Jordan was voted by her peers and teachers to receive the coveted St Mary’s Catholic Primary… Read more »

What’s Happening at Soundbridge – Gangsters, Flappers and a 3 piece suit!

It’s Christmas time and that means events, events, events! Gangsters, Flapper Girls and Suits galore, were the order of the day for Soundbridge team: Cyril and Diane Thomasson, Jim and Penny Farrell, Megan Lester and her husband Callan when they… Read more »

Trump – Only time will tell

In a not so surprising outcome Donald Trumped Hillary Clinton to win the American Presidential Election. In the wake of his election victory we have seen Australian commentators predict: Trumps economic plan will send interest rates soaring in America, meaning… Read more »

Mackay office has relocated!

During September we relocated our Mackay office to larger premises at 159 Shakespeare Street. Through the retirement of the previous owner, Andrew Coates, in April we acquired ASC Financial Services and are delighted that Alyisa and Emma who worked for… Read more »

Proposed changes to Superannuation

On the 15th September 2016 the Government announced significant changes to the proposed superannuation reforms, providing clarity and certainty for financial planners and clients around Superannuation. The news that the retrospective $500,000 lifetime non-concessional cap has been removed is something… Read more »