Noel Whittaker, Australia’s leading financial commentator, talks about some investing tips for when you are the last one standing. When we are getting older our mind should be turning to what is left of our estates to pass on to the next generation.
Noel believes that we need to put death tax back on the agenda to get the conversation started. What is the best structure to hold our retirement savings when it is to be passed onto the next generation? We may be leaving our children open to unnecessary taxes on our estates. It is a conversation that we need to have with our financial planner to ensure a smooth transition of assets to our families and benificaries.
An international bestselling author, finance and investment expert, radio broadcaster, newspaper columnist and public speaker, Noel Whittaker is one of the world’s foremost authorities on personal finance.
Noel reaches over seven million readers each week through his columns in major Australian newspapers, including The Sydney Morning Herald, Melbourne’s The Age, Perth’s The Sunday Times and Brisbane’s The Sunday Mail. He is a regular contributor to magazines including Australian Doctor and Men’s Health, and also broadcasts on over 50 radio stations.
Noel is one of Australia’s most successful authors, with 20 bestselling books achieving total worldwide sales of more than two million copies. His first book, Making Money Made Simple, set sales records across the country and was named in The 100 Most Influential Books of the Twentieth Century.
When Noel Whittaker says there is a safe way to invest in the share market many pay attention. Interest rates have been at record low levels since the GFC and retirees have been feeling the pinch. Get some investing tips for when you are the last one standing from Australia’s leading financial commentator in this episode.
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