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 […]

How much super should I have at my age?

April 15, 2019

We look at the average super balances for different age groups in Australia so you can see how your super savings compare. A healthy super balance can be a key ingredient in being able to live the life we want in retirement. But for many people, retirement is a long way off, and it can […]

Money Attitude: A health check for all the family

March 21, 2019

Have you ever thought about how the attitudes to money which you grew up with affect the way you spend and save today? Do you think your current financial situation is a result of what you heard, saw and learned growing up, either because you have tried to imitate, or to do the opposite, of […]

Scammers (aka thieves)

March 21, 2019

We need to be constantly aware of thieves using various technologies to attempt to scam us. Virtually all of us have received texts or emails from these people, aimed at extracting personal information and/or money from us. Any communication that looks even remotely suspect probably is suspect. We would like to give you a recent […]

Getting to Know Ida Lee

March 1, 2019

Getting to Know Ida Lee Ida Lee recently joined the Axios team on a permanent basis as Review Specialist. A familiar face to some of our clients, Ida has been working at Axios since May 2018, assisting while Marlene was away. Ida says that the fun, friendly and intimate team environment at Axios meant that […]

Protecting the invaluable: your guide to personal insurance

February 21, 2019

We all know or have heard of someone who sadly died before their time, leaving behind a young family – or suffered an unexpected diagnosis or injury and was unable to work for months or years. These stories are horrific – and the first thing that often comes to mind are, ‘was s/he covered?’. While […]

Sometimes the cure can be worse than the disease!

February 21, 2019

One of our long-standing clients of over 20 years rang recently and made the following remark: “one of the things I have always liked and appreciated from you is that you explain things rationally and simply.  But you just sent me what I thought was a straight forward re-balancing of my portfolio……..and the report was […]