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Ep 72. Q&A: Investing in Your 40s, Chasing Your Super & Multiple Bank Accounts

About this episode:

In this episode of The Australian Finance Podcast, Kate and Owen are back behind the mic answering some common listener questions received over the last month. In this episode we answer a range of great questions, ranging from…

  • Help for those starting their finance journey in late 30s/40s/50s
  • Should you get a financial advisor if you’ve only got a small amount of money to manage?
  • Multiple bank accounts & savings with neobanks
  • Are ETFs blowing up?
  • SMSFs versus big Super funds
  • What do I do if you find out that your employer has stopped paying your super?

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