Financial Planners Melbourne

Lifetime Financial Group is a Financial Planning firm based in Melbourne, managing the financial needs of busy Australian investors.

We are not owned by any financial institution, insurer, bank or other sales driven organisation.

Our Melbourne Financial planners are all accredited and hold formal qualifications in our specialties through major Australian universities.

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Latest News & Cases

  • 2018 Year In Review News   -   24 December 2018

    With the 2018 Calendar year coming to a close, we thought we might take a moment to recap the year that’s been. After years of stability and complacency, volatility crept in the front door of financial markets and made its presence felt. Volatility in equity markets (February & October), volatility in Property (House Prices), volatility also experienced in currency markets and cryptocurrencies.

  • Investment Mix Available in your Super News   -   16 October 2018

    Super is a long-term investment and super funds invest our money with the intention of growing our funds for the future. Many super funds offer a range of investment options you can choose from and what you choose will depend on how much risk you are willing to take.

  • 5 Steps to Building your Wealth News   -   10 October 2018

    With constant changes in the economy and the fluctuations in the market we’re always looking for ways to continue to build our wealth. To be able to build we need to have a starting point. While everyone is different financially, we can all use these basic 5 building blocks as our foundation to help us grow financially.

  • SMSF: Administering and Reporting News   -   04 September 2018

    As a trustee or director of a Self-Managed Super Fund (SMSF) there are a number of administering and reporting duties that need to be completed.

  • A Brief background on Income Protection Insurance & Waiting Periods News   -   31 August 2018

    Income protection insurance is insurance cover designed to act as an income replacement for a specified period when you are unable to work due to illness or injury. Income protection insurance usually cover up to 75% of your salary and often, insurance providers may give you the option to add additional riders such as a super guarantee option or an increasing claims option. At the time of completing the application you will need to choose an appropriate benefit and waiting period.

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  • Advice Evolution Awards 2019 - Practice of the Year
  • Advice Evolution Awards 2019 - Innovator of the Year Finalist
  • IFA Excellence Awards Finalist 2017
  • Certified Financial Planner - The Sign of Good Advice
  • CFP
  • SMSF Specialist Advisor
  • AIOFP - Association of Independently Owned Financial Professionals