Download the library index here. The easiest way to see all of the articles available.
These longer articles are designed to be used as a special newsletter edition that covers just one important topic. They are intentionally more in-depth to demonstrate your expertise in a particular area.
E-books are a great tool for lead generation from your website or sending to your clients as a gift. We are developing a series of e-books for you to use. Topics will cover all aspects of financial planning.
The books are provided in Word format so you can change them as you wish to meet your own compliance requirements and personalise each publication with your logo and contact details.
These articles are short reminders (under 100 words) on financial topics that you can use as fillers for your newsletters, in social media, or at the bottom of your emails.
Colourful, easy-to-follow infographics to help you deliver interesting facts and figures. Ready for you to use in your social media, websites, emails...
These articles provide helpful tips and ideas on smarter banking and managing credit cards.
These articles will assist your clients to understand the importance of budgeting. Articles provide guidelines for setting and managing personal budgets to save money for investing or achieving other financial goals.
These articles cover topics relevant to your business clients. There are tips on managing small businesses including succession planning, tax management, superannuation, and much more.
These articles cover topics that help your clients manage finances on behalf of their children and also include financial education tips for children.
These articles explain everyday economic principles in simple terms.
Market overviews/updates are not included in the library as they are too time-sensitive.
These articles address how to financially manage redundancy and other related tips. It also includes articles on new/different career options.
These articles cover the range of topics under Estate Planning, a crucial aspect of all financial planning.
There are two sub-categories:
These articles can be used to help your clients understand popular financial jargon.
These articles highlight the importance of reviewing financial strategies regularly.
A host of articles warning your readers about various types of financial scams and what to do so they don't get caught.
These articles help to reinforce the principles and importance of sound financial planning for a range of different needs.
These articles are focused on the different aspects and needs of each generation.
These articles help to explain different points associated with borrowing for home loans and property.
There are two sub-categories:
Risk management is such a wide topic, choose from the following sub-categories for the area you need.
Choose from a wide range of investing topics broken down into the following sub-categories:
These articles cover various aspects of investing in property in different forms and associated topics.
A host of topics covering important areas of retirement under three sub-categories:
A wide range of articles on super under the following sub-categories:
Taxation is covered under the following categories:
These articles are provided to give your client newsletters some balance - after all financial success isn't just about money.
There are articles on health and fitness; travel; technology; Christmas; yummy recipes; plus general lifestyle topics.
Here is a sample of articles available in the Financial Articles Library.
As there are around 400 financial articles across 20 categories, this is just a snapshot. There are many different styles of writing, depth in material, and angles of delivery available, for use in newsletters, websites and social media.
If you are a licensed financial adviser or credit provider, you are free to use these articles.
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