Beginner Shares Series: Why Shares?
In part 1 of the free Beginner Shares Series Owen Raszkiewicz answers the most common beginner questions.
Beginner Shares Series: Setting Investment Goals
In part 2 of the beginner share investment series, Owen explains why it’s important to set some goals and have an investment plan before investing in shares.
Explained: Choosing Superannuation Investment Options
Explained: Choosing investment options inside Super is scary, confusing and important all in one. This video explains all the questions about Superannuation investment strategies.
Explained: What Is A PDS, FSG and Terms?
In this video Owen explains Financial Services Guides (FSG), Product Disclosure Documents (PDS) and Terms for the finance industry — and what to look for.
Video: Difference Between Property & Shares in Australia
Explained: the key differences between shares and property.
The Only Reason To Learn About Finance
Remember this one lesson and you’ll get an A+ from Rask Finance.
What Are ‘Growth’ And ‘Defensive’ Assets And Investments?
Defined: ‘Growth’ And ‘Defensive’ Assets And Investments. Generally speaking, growth assets are higher risk and higher reward investments. Defensive assets are lower-risk lower-reward.
Key Insurance Terms Explained
What do insurance terms like underwriting, excess and premium mean?
How does tax work in Australia?
The Australian tax system works by charging a higher tax rate for those who earn a higher income. It is a marginal income tax system.
Superannuation Death Benefits
When you die, your super balance can be paid to a dependent, like your partner or children, or a non-dependent.
What is a transition to retirement strategy (TTR)?
A transition to retirement strategy is a superannuation account-based income stream that can be started when a person reaches their preservation age.
How to Access / Withdraw Money from Superannuation
How to Access or withdraw my super? Australia’s Superannuation system was designed to fund the retirement of our growing population, so, typically, we cannot access or withdraw super until we retire.