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Welcome to our latest newsletter

We hope 2016 is treating you well and that you are staying warm now that winter has arrived.  

In this edition, we first review the recent Federal Budget and what it might mean for your super. We cover the timely topic of digital assets and your estate plan and outline how a home swap can be the perfect idea for your next holiday. 

If you love traveling on a budget and experiencing different culture's then you will find our article on house swapping interesting. 

In our last Newsletter we told you of our staff member George Hillary whom we sponsored in participating in the Neverest Challenge. This was a 100km relay run through the Dandenong Ranges which is the equivalent elevation of Mount Everest (8,848 metres climbed)! The race raised money for schools and teachers training in Nepal, following last year’s earthquake. We are pleased to report that George and his team successfully completed the run and managed to raise $40,000! Well done George!

*Please see below some photos of George and one of his team mates completing the run.

If you would like more information on any of the topics below, please contact our office on 03 9672 5111 or email  enquiries@ascentpw.com.au.

Kind Regards, 

Mark O'Toole

Founder / Managing Director

Ascent Private Wealth

What does the 2016 Federal Budget mean for your super?

In the 2016 Federal Budget, the government announced a series of reforms designed to improve the sustainability, flexibility and integrity of the superannuation system. Since then, there’s been a lot of speculation on the impact these reforms could have on Australians saving for the future. The good news is, for most Australians ...

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Have you considered your digital assets in your estate plan?

When considering your estate plan it is important to ensure you have catered for your digital assets and their management and distribution.

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Why you should home swap your next holiday

With accommodation one of the biggest vacation costs, home exchanges are becoming an increasingly popular way to travel. Here’s what you need to know.

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