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Three Simple Steps to Deliver More Pleasurable Time

Three Simple Steps to Deliver More Pleasurable Time

21 Sep 2017

As a personal investor ask yourself just three quick questions: first, do you have more free time now than you had a year ago? (Odds are you said no.) Second: if you could arrange it – painlessly - would you consider gaining free time to indulge things more pleasurable than administration? (Odds are you would at least consider it.) Third: if you could outsource your administrative tasks for less than you are paying now, would you?

  1. If you have the time and love producing your own tax and income summaries (either on paper, digitally, or both), don’t change.
  2. If you have plenty of time and enjoy managing your own Capital Gains Tax (CGT) and producing your specific strategy on tax issues, don’t change.
  3. If time is no object and you are on top of all the tax planning surrounding your investments, especially in preparation for end of tax year accounting, don’t change.
  4. If you have the time and skill to compare your portfolio performance against managed funds, listed securities and direct investments – and get it all right – don’t change.

On the other hand, if the time it takes to perform these tasks could be spent more profitably – and enjoyably – doing other things that appeal to you, then let us provide you with a low-cost alternative.

Continual development of our technology has delivered outstanding efficiencies which we happily make available to our clients.

A good example is the way in which we can forensically reconstruct stock holdings using our corporate action database; when required, this saves clients many hours (even days) of input.

In an administrative sense, we are ‘on top of’ every client portfolio we have the privilege to be appointed to work on.

And, because of our efficiencies, we most likely do the administrative work for a fraction of the cost clients spend. The adage, ‘Time is money’ was never truer. How much is your time worth?

Find out using three simple steps:

  • Call 1300-737-785 and speak to Sonia Xerri, one of key experts in this area.
  • She will cheerfully explain our Joseph Palmer Investment Administration service (JPIA).
  • If you are happy with the price, get Sonia (or your account manager) to sign you up.

Then grab a coffee, put your feet up and congratulate yourself on another wise decision.


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