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Women in Business

Women have unique challenges when it comes to money. Unfortunately, yes, it’s still very much a “Man’s world”.

The statistics are clear:

1. Women retire with around half as much superannuation as men.1

2. Women earn on average, $700,000 less than men during their lifetime.2

3. Nearly a third of Australians (30%) found dealing with money stressful and
overwhelming.
Females (35%) were significantly more likely than males (24%) to report this. 3

4. Women are less likely to build investments, outside of their super and own home.3


We aim to help women take action with their finances. We make it easy and help you navigate a world that is potentially foreign to you. Whether you are single or with a partner, a career woman or a full-time mum, young or mature, it is vitally important you take control of your financial future.

We can help you:

  • If you run your own business.
  • If you are recently separated or widowed.
  • If you have to move into part-time work to look after a loved one.
  • If you want to create wealth through smart investing.
  • If you want to protect that wealth through life insurance and ensure you are
    prepared for retirement.
  • If you want to budget and save for short-term and long-term financial goals such
    as paying off debt, building a cash cushion, buying a home or investing for
    retirement.

If you are ready to take that step, please call us on (03) 9370 9393 or contact us using the form below.


1. The Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA), 2015
2. Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2014. Average Weekly Earnings, Australia, 6302.0. (multiplied by a 45-year career)
3. Australian Financial Attitudes and Behaviour Tracker 2015 (ASIC)