Say What Wednesdays

What’s an Education Fund and what are the tax benefits?

Welcome to Say What Wednesday!

This week the question comes from Sean, “You spoke about Education Funds in a recent episode, I’m just wondering if you can explain this further?”

In this episode we discuss

  • What Education Funds are,
  • The pros and cons of using Education Funds
  • When and how to use them

How do we reduce poverty?

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How to invest to achieve your goals?

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How can the combination of an argument from authority and fear be used as a method of enforcement, allowing the economy to be shut down?

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Will a Russian debt default cause a global financial collapse?

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Say What Wednesday: The skinny on bonds and fixed interest

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(Intro Series) Trusting yourself and learning the basics

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The skinny on spare change investment apps and building wealth when you’re earning $25,000 or less a year.

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The Great Debate! Managed Funds vs ETFs vs LICs…what they are, how they work and what’s best to invest in

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One of the best places to invest in 2019, is to invest in yourself

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Should I make additional mortgage repayments or start investing?

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