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ASG talks about how to make sense of $$$ and cents


As parents we all want the same few things in life – be comfortable, healthy, provide for our family and do things that are important to us.

But sometimes the pressures of daily life wear us down, and we overlook things that are important to us. The cost of education and extra-curricular activities alone can make a big dent to an already stretched budget.

Dominic Aarsen, financial expert, adviser and an ex-ASG student shares his 7 top tips on how to make sense of dollars and cents …

“As a money person, my number one advice is write it all down—be it goals, a budget, expenses, or income,” Dominic says. “Just by writing it down, you are 42 percent more likely to achieve it. Remember, the first step with money is getting organised; the second part is taking action.”

Take the first step with us in planning and saving for your child’s education. To find out how we can work together call ASG on 131 274 or visit asg.com.au

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