Wealth Management is about sustaining and growing long-term wealth. We can assist you in managing your portfolio and ensuring you have access to the financial services and products you need.
About Wealth Management
Our wealth management service is popular for the following reasons:
We notify and advise you of opportunities
Our research team provides timely updates and trading opportunities on a range of investments.
We can co-ordinate a range of services relating to your portfolio and refer you to specialists in tax advice, retirement planning and estate planning.
Take control of an often tangled financial web of products and services. We discuss your options, steer you away from bad ideas and help you make sense of what can be a tangled web of financial concerns.
Wealth Management | Our Services
We offer a number of wealth management services including:
Let us assist you with establishing a tax effective investment structure for the accumulation of your retirement savings and investments. Let us help you sort through the opportunities available into superannuation market today.
We can refer a financial planner and assist in organising your finances and planning for your retirement.
We can refer a legal representative to ensure your estate is structured and distributed according to your wishes.
Investing for your children and grandchildren
It is never to early to establish a portfolio for your loved ones.
How we can help grow your wealth
Superannuation is a tax effective investment structure for the accumulation of retirement savings and investments. It’s never too early to start planning and saving for your retirement.
Things to Consider about Super:
- Transferring your super to one account
- Making personal super contributions
- Super contributions caps
- Salary sacrificing
- Government Super Co-Contributions
- Check your super affairs annually
- Find any lost super using SuperSeeker
- Insurance through Super
- Seek personal advice
We can refer you to a suitably qualified Financial Planner who can review your existing superannuation arrangements and recommend if changes are needed. We can also assist you in setting up and managing a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund.
While many of us don’t like to think about death, it is important to start thinking about estate planning. Estate planning advice is essential to ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes when you pass away. It is also important to consider how your Estate plan will impact on your family. If not implemented correctly, there may be adverse consequences for your intended beneficiaries.
We can refer you to a suitably qualified Legal Representative who can help you with the preparation of your will, and other essential estate planning documents and structures. It is also important that these documents are reviewed regularly and are up to date.
- Preparing a Will
- Appointing an Executor
- Asset distribution
- Superannuation death nominations
- Trusts (Testamentary/Discretionary, Family)
- Enduring powers of attorney and living wills
Are you ready to retire?
- Transition to retirement
Will your money last?
- Retirement Income Streams
- Will you get a pension?
How do I start my retirement?
- Goals for your next stage of life
Investing For Your Children or Grandchildren
- Giving the gift of education
- Investing for their future
- Setting them on the path for financial success
The team at iInvest can help you build an investment portfolio for your child or grandchild, that will grow as they do. Whether it be to fund their education, help pay for their first car or just to set them on a successful financial path for their future, iInvest can assist you in establishing portfolios for your loved ones.
Contact us to find out how easy it is to invest for your child’s future.
Financial products cannot be held in the name of a minor (with the exception of a savings account). Investments for a minor are held in trust for the child. A parent or grandparent will be listed as the trustee for the child’s investments. Once the child turns 18, the investments can then be transferred into the child’s name.