Facing a sudden (or impending) job loss can be a stressful and uncertain time.
Between two and three per cent of employees in Australia are made redundant every year.
So, if it happens to you, you are not alone.
Redundancy can mean major lifestyle changes and may generate fears about the impact on your finances. If you have been made redundant, it’s important to be able to protect the lifestyle you want and have worked hard to achieve.
You may suddenly be faced with difficult decisions regarding:
- finding a new job
- whether to continue working, or not
- the impact on you and your family’s financial world
You don’t have to tackle redundancy alone.
Facing a redundancy doesn’t have to mean the ending for your plans for financial security. We understand how hurtful redundancy can feel and are here to help you make informed financial decisions and take control of your finances.
Our team of expert financial advisors can provide advice and assistance with:
- negotiating your redundancy
- minimising taxation obligations
- whole of family financial planning
- insurance or government benefits
- financial goals and retirement plans
Redundancy is more than just the tax implications!
Enlist the help of professionals, to help you achieving the financial future you deserve.
Published 14 November 2023.
The information provided in this article is general in nature only and does not constitute financial advice.