Do you want to know if financial advice is a good option for you right now?
Want more help than google can offer?
Sounds like you may be ready to talk to a financial adviser.
We’re financial advisers near you in Hurstville, but technology means we can also work remotely if you prefer.
What is financial advice
Financial advice is a recognised profession where people can be guided on how to manage their money.
Financial advice can help you feel confident and able to make good money decisions. Assured you’re taking the steps you need to secure your future.
Your options for advice
Our clients enjoy knowing they have an adviser on call to work through any money decisions through the year and feel confident everything has been considered.
How financial advice works
If you’ve never had financial advice before, the process can feel daunting. But there’s nothing to worry about.
We’re here to listen with an open mind. Understanding that you want to improve your position. Whatever that may be right now.
Here's how it works:
Step 1 – We work out where you want to be
This is where we take a look at where you are now and where you want your finances to be.
We talk about goals, your life, and your dreams for the future.
Step 2 – Understand your investment type
Part of getting to know you is to understand how your personality type influences the type of investor you are, your time frames and how this shows up in your strategy.
Step 3 – We get to work on creating a strategy for you
Using all the info we know about you, we research, strategies and put together a plan that supports your goals.
It usually includes a review of:
- your current position
- existing investment
structures and super
Step 6 – It’s not a set and forget thing
We know life doesn’t always go in a straight line, so we have an annual check-in and review of your strategy to make sure it’s keeping up with your life.
Step 5 – Implement your plan
Once you’ve signed off on the strategy, we go about implementing your plan.
And yes. There will be paperwork.
But we do what we can to help you so it’s as painless as possible.
Step 4 – We present your plan
Once we put together a strategy, we talk you through the options and why we’ve chosen them.
This is where you’ll see a Statement of Advice (the legal document), but we take the time to explain things simply so you understand and can confidently decide.
How much does financial advice cost?
We charge a fee for service based on the complexity of our work. The cost is fair and reasonable for the areas of advice covered, complexity of strategies and expertise required.
Initial Consultation Cost
When you first meet with us, we charge what’s known as an initial meeting fee.
Telephone chat (30 minutes) No cost
Financial Advice initial meeting $275 (GST incl)
Aged Care Advice initial meeting $385 (GST incl)
Note: Initial telephone chat and meetings are General Advice only. General advice does not consider your personal circumstances and is general in nature.
Financial Advice Cost
The cost will depend on the complexity of advice you need.
We will always let you know what this is up-front.
As a guide, most of our financial strategies fall within a common range.
$500 to $2,200
Single Issue Advice
$550 to $2,200
$2,750 to $5,500
Ongoing Advice Relationship
Once your initial advice strategy has been implemented you have the option to retain our services on an annual basis.
It means your plan keeps up with your life and you have a sounding board for financial decisions along the way.
We keep on top of market movements and legislative changes so you don’t have to.
Access to financial adviser
Access to service team
Comprehensive Advice & Portfolio reviews
Quarterly portfolio reports
Federal Budget & legislative updates
Annual educational seminar & social event
$7,920 to $10,760 per year
Half-yearly Review Meeting, high portfolio complexity (bespoked), ideal for $1,000,000 plus
$2,640 to $4,015 per year
Annual Advice Review meeting, low portfolio complexity, ideal for $250,000 to $500,000
$5,280 to $7,205 per year
Annual Advice Review Meeting & additional Portfolio Review, medium portfolio complexity, ideal for $500,000 to $1,000,000
Centrelink help & forms $165 to $440
Centrelink liaison service – Single $550 per year or Couple $660 per year
Direct share portfolio service (CHESS Bell Potter) $275 pa minimum
Stockbroking share registry assistance & forms $165 per hour
Financial Adviser hourly rate
Financial Adviser $330 per hour
Associate Financial Adviser $220 per hour
Client Service Manager/Officer and administration $165 per hour
All costs above are quoted GST inclusive.