Interest rates affect everyone differently

  While interest rates remain at historically low levels in many parts of the world, including Australia, thousands of mortgage holders have enjoyed lower repayments; but interest rate movements mean different things to different people. Aside from mortgages, low interest rates have a much broader application—they also flow through into personal and investment loans, credit cards ...
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What would happen if you couldn’t work?

If you were paid the average annual wage of over $75,000[1], you would earn around nine million dollars over a 40-year working life[2]. You would use this money for daily living, for holidays, to accumulate assets like a house and car and to save for your retirement. Being injured or taken ill, for only a short period, could severely affect or even cancel some of these plans. What would you do?...
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Ian Pereira

From the moment I started discussions with Michael from Del Castillo Investments regarding securing my financial position, I immediately noticed how professional and profound his financial expertise was. Michael has the ability to explain complex financial strategies in an easy-to-understand way. This is all attributed to the financial process that Michael has created and is facilitated by his ...
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