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We hope this email finds you and your family safe. As the global spread of coronavirus creates uncertainty around the globe, we want you to know that we are still open for business and we are here to help you with all your financial planning needs during this difficult time.

In this special edition newsletter, we explore ways your financial adviser can help you prepare for the financial impacts of the coronavirus. The government has released two economic responses to the crisis including a package of considered, temporary changes to superannuation for people facing significant financial hardship as a result of the coronavirus. The key elements are included in our second article.

We bring the crucial topic of mental health to the forefront with tips on staying mentally healthy while working from home.

If you are a business owner who now has staff working from home, consider the cybersecurity risks now posed by the current situation. MYOB share 11 tips for improving cybersecurity.

For parents looking for some inspiration during these challenging times, discover how getting your kids in the kitchen can not only be fun but also deliver some valuable benefits for both you and your children. 

If you have any specific questions, please get in touch with us on 02 9875 2966 or via email so we can discuss how we can help you.

Let's stay connected, and all look after one another during this difficult time.

Kind regards,

8 steps to prepare for the Financial Impacts of the Coronavirus

We are now all taking physical health precautions to protect us from the spread of the coronavirus. However there are also steps you can take to protect your financial health. 

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Government superannuation changes announced 22 March

On 22 March the Federal Treasurer announced a package of considered, temporary changes to superannuation for people facing significant financial hardship as a result of the coronavirus.

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8 ways to look after your mental health while working from home

Working from home has suddenly become the new norm as Australia faces the spread of the coronavirus. For many, this is accompanied by having children at home.  

Understandably mental health becomes a top priority. So how can we thrive, not just survive, during this period of change and uncertainty?

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Cybersecurity concerns for business in an era of working from home

As government-mandated lockdown comes into force, there are some existing cybersecurity risks to small business that could be felt more acutely if precautions aren’t taken.  MYOB has offered 11 tips for improving your cybersecurity in lockdown.

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Kids in the kitchen - entertaining the kids while self-isolating

There is no better time to be getting our kids in the kitchen, as home-schooling is thrust upon many of us as the country grapples with the spread of coronavirus.

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