My Deal Article 21st march 2018
Reporter Julie Hammond interviews Peter Horsfield of SMARTadvice and asked him his 5 tips needed to make a household budget bullet proof.
With the cost of living seeming to rise daily and even more the pressure to stretch the budget the following tips are both easy to apply and sustain in every way.
SMH Money- Family Finance 23rd February 2018
Want to know more about FIRE and how to avoid getting burnt?
Sylvia Pennington interviewed Peter Horsfield about the F.I.R.E. (Financial Independence Retire Early) movement to find out more.
My Deal Article 12th December 2017
If saving more, getting out of debt or simply having a simple financial plan you can stick with is important to you.
Then this article is for you.
Julie Hammond interviewed Peter Horsfield of SMART Advice with some three great tips for your year ahead in 2018.
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Have a great New Year and 2018 be the year that you start or continue to live your ideal life, worry free.
1st August 2017 Lifestyle & Budgeting. MyDeal.com.au
Monisha Iswaran inteviews Peter Horsfield of SMARTadvice for his thoughts and tips on we can all save money, simply by being a little smarter with what we doing day to day.
From no fee banking accounts, how far to book out travel and much more. Peter reveals where to find and save thousands of dollars annually without having to cut back your lifestyle.
27th July 2017 Health & Fitness. My Deal.com.au
Ally Feiam of Blessed Not Stressed interviewed Peter Horsfield and founder of SMARTadvice about how aligning our choices to our core values is the foundation of both our success and happiness in life.
Peter discuses how he works both on himself and his clients to ensure the greatest chance of success for all and how success can be achieved both immediately and sustained over the long term.
International Career Institute 28th November 2016
If you're thinking of a carrer change and the impact this will have on your finances. Then read our full interview with Peter Horsfield Senior Advisor at SMARTadvice. Here we dicsusses with Peter his strategies to improve individuals cash flow, save on personal insurances, grow our retirement savings and how we can manage our debt while on our journey achieving our financial indpenpdence.
GQ Magazine Finance 29th November 2016
We interview certified Financial Planner Peter Horsfield for his opinion about the best place to stash your cash.
We are told, “cash is King,” but with current interest rates at historical lows, and some countries like Japan and Switzerland having negative interest rates, is the King dead?
25th January 2016 NRMA Living Well Magazine
Divorce can be a devastating hit our finances let alone to every other area of our life including our relationships, health and careers. In this article Fairfax and Freelance Journalist Sylvia Pennington interviews Certified Financail Planner and founder of SMART Advice Peter Horsfield to get his thoughts and tips for those facing this daunting process of rebuilding ones life after divorce.
1st March 2016 Living Well Magazine
Ever considered moving back in with the kids? What about moving the kids out into their own tiny home? Maybe you want to subsisise your income and try AirBNB with a granny flat in your back yard. Before you do, read our interview with one of the money experts. We discuss with Peter Horsfield Senior Advisor at SMART advice his tips and traps, to ensure you maximise the returns on your investment.
17th March FINSIA
Peter Horsfield from SMART Financial Advice says in his experience women tend to establish an SMSF after attaining a large sum in their employer super or industry super fund from an event like a redundancy or retirement.
Read our full interview with Peter about his experince, with women, their money and how they are beating men at manageing their own SMSF's.
1st April 2016 AMAFA
Financial planner Peter Horsfield says coins are a popular investment choices for collectors. “The obvious risk with this investment is fraud and theft,” he warns.
For more read the full article : http://amafa.com.au/ten-fun-investments/
1st December Banjo Loans Blog
At Banjo, we appreciate that the right business coach can add real value to your business, acting as a mentor and helping to develop new revenue lines, drive profitability and introduce better business processes. But it’s important to work with a coach who has demonstrable ability assisting previous clients to grow their business to ensure you get the biggest benefit possible.
We interview Peter Horsfield, a financial planner with SMART Advice who has used a coach as a business consultant to help improve his enterprise.
July 21st 2015 Australian Property Investor
At the Australian Property Investor our focus is to find the best way for you to achieve your property ownership and goals sooner. On this journey many couples contemplate establishing a SMSF and borrow to purchase their property.
We interview Certified Financial Planner Peter Horsfield of SMART advice for his thoughts about SMSF, property ownership within SMSF and divorce.
Probus South Pacific January Newsletter
Diinnie Muslish of Probus South Pacific asks Financial Advisor Peter Horsfield for his tips and advice on how to cope with the Christmas Financial hangover and some ways that could even save you some money.
SMH Money 15th September 2015
The sixth in the SMH Basic Training Series Larissa Ham inteviews Peter Horsfield Certified Financial Planner and Founder of SMARTadvice on some basic tips and advice for anyone starting to manage their own financial future.
Never fear, we're here with a few tips on staying in the black.
Boomeringo 28th August 2015
Shammika Munugoda of Boomeringo interiews Peter Horsfield, Financial Planner at SMARTadvice on some budgeting tips and why skipping your latte isn't going to make you rich.
Canberra Times 6th July 2015
Canberra Times reporter Sarah Meggison discusses with SMARTadvice Financial Planner Peter Horsfield differnt ways to fund the cost of private education.