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Susan

July 15, 2019

At Axios Financial Solutions, we are committed to social responsibility, pledging to give back and support worthwhile causes. In line with this mission, the Axios team provide pro bono financial advice to families that have been touched by cancer, via the Victorian Cancer Council. 2 of our pro bono clients have generously shared their stories […]

Sadia

July 15, 2019

At Axios Financial Solutions, we are committed to social responsibility, pledging to give back and support worthwhile causes. In line with this mission, the Axios team provide pro bono financial advice to families that have been touched by cancer, via the Victorian Cancer Council. 2 of our pro bono clients have generously shared their stories […]

Learning from the Best

July 15, 2019

It’s safe to say that Warren Buffet knows a thing or two about making good financial decisions and so when he talks, we listen. Buffet is famously quoted as saying ‘its good to learn from your mistakes. It’s better to learn from others mistakes’. Wise words, we say! What if you could jump over the […]

Get your new financial year game on

July 15, 2019

A new financial year is always a good time to review your finances and make sure they are in good shape. You’ll be starting this coming financial year wearing a confident grin with this list of eight things to do now to get new financial year ready. Check in on your goals There’s no point […]

Are you entitled to a tax deduction on personal super contributions?

June 24, 2019

Last financial year was the first time that employees could claim a tax deduction for their personal super contributions. Personal super contributions made during the 2017-18 financial year can now be claimed as a tax deduction by most Australian workers. This follows changes made by the government which came into effect on 1 July 2017. […]

Your Tax Refund: How we’d spend the cash windfall!

June 24, 2019

Have you started thinking about what you are going to spend your tax refund on? The average Australian will receive a tax refund of $2,574* and many will have already made plans for what to do with their cash windfall, well before the cash hits their bank account! Whether it be a holiday, a new […]

Kerry Nielsen’s Toblerone Cheesecake Recipe

May 14, 2019

Have you ever been lucky enough to stumble across a recipe SO good that you find an excuse to make it 3 times in one month? Well, Axios’s Kerry Nielsen struck jackpot with this delicious Toblerone Cheesecake recipe, managing to find 3 reasons to make it in one month; for a colleague’s birthday, for her […]

The rise of the gig economy and side gigs (thanks to technology)

May 14, 2019

Chances are you either have a side gig (a way to make money on the side of your usual job), want to have one, or you benefit from someone else’s. While the gig economy has been bubbling away in the background for a while now, it continues to be on the rise, and people are […]

A glimpse into the futures job-scape

May 14, 2019

Are you considering a mid-life career change? When deciding on investing time and money into education or training, it makes good sense to minimise risk by choosing an industry or area where growth and job opportunities are expected to rise. Another consideration when deciding on a new career path, is ensuring that roles you are […]

Your super statement: we’ll show you how to make sense of it!

April 15, 2019

Bank statements, financial accounts, insurance summaries… it’s easy to disregard the barrage of mail we receive from financial and other institutions, assuming all is travelling along nicely. One statement in particular, the one from your super fund, may seem especially irrelevant or let’s face it, just plain boring, particularly if retirement is still a way […]