Article Summary
Insuring for the future
By Gregory Cook  |  In Case Study

Sam, 49, and his wife Lisa, 46, were feeling the pressure to provide for future of their four dependent kids, aged between 8 and 15, without sacrificing their current financial position. With a steady annual income between Sam and Lisa of around $370,000, the couple decided to take some risks to better their financial position and invest in the children’s future.
 

Read article
Follow us on:
VideoBrought to you by
What progress has been made since the GFC, and what lies ahead?
Pyrford International is an investment management firm based in London providing international asset management services for clients in Europe, United States, Middle East and Australia. Founded ... Watch video
Panorama fortifies BTFG adviser market
24 March 2017, 12:40pm
BT Financial Group's mammoth financial outlay in upgrading its wealth management platform will generate cost savings of $100 million per year with benefits for financial advisers and investors. Read more
Get it
Monthly
FREE to your inbox, get the FS Advice Newsletter.
Get the Free
iPad app
Download the Financial Standard iPad app for FREE
Industry
Events
MAR
27
JUN
15
Financial Standard MAX Awards
JUL
26
FUNDTech 2017: SUPERANNUATION FUNDS TECHNOLOGY, INNOVATION & DISRUPTION, MELBOURNE
MAR
27
ERM 2017: Compliance Culture & Conduct Risk in Financial Services industry 2017 Forum
30
Life Insurance Conference 2017
APR
05
2017 Australian Philanthropy Awards

$295 (inc GST) for 1 year
1 journal + FREE fortnightly Financial Standard newspaper
 
Copyright © 1992-2017 Rainmaker Group
All material on this site is subject to copyright. All rights reserved. No part of this material may be reproduced, translated, transmitted, framed or stored in a retrieval system for public or private use without the written permission of the publisher.
Link to something KGv20yts