Bruce Brammall, The West Australian, 1 July, 2019 Listen here, you greedy old codgers. Whaddya mean you can’t sell your home? If you really wanted to get into that … Read More Grumpy, old and holding on
Bruce Brammall, The West Australian, 24 June, 2019 There are really only three times of the financial year in Australia where the masses show any interest. There’s reflection time leading … Read More It was the season for the EOFY dance
Bruce Brammall, 12 June, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Time to do an urgent stocktake of your personal risk insurance – particularly whatever you’re holding in super. Billions of dollars … Read More How to protect your super
Bruce Brammall, The West Australian, 10 June, 2019 As a kid, I was a Holden man. Barracked for Brocky in his “05” at Mount Panaroma. I had a natural … Read More Don’t suck up the dosh with motors
Bruce Brammall, The West Australian, 27 May, 2019 Did anyone else feel a short “WHOOSH!” of wind around 8pm on election night? It was bizarre. The night was completely still. … Read More Property close to bottom
Bruce Brammall, 15 May, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: Double “gotcha!” moment on the campaign trail! Sadly, proving neither leader understood their own superannuation policies. One of the great problems with superannuation’s … Read More The leaders super stuff up
Bruce Brammall, The West Australian, 13 May, 2019 There’s a predictable front page splash happening very soon. Not if. Definitely when. Here’s the yarn: “Dad and two … Read More Ignore super fund letters at your peril!
Bruce Brammall, 1 May, 2019, Eureka Report SUMMARY: If super is your hot button for voting in this month’s election, here’s a snapshot of both parties’ super … Read More Where does super stand this election?
Bruce Brammall, The West Australian, 29 April, 2019 When political promises are made, you largely take them at face value. “Party ABC stands for this”. If given the opportunity to … Read More Put the negative gearing gun away
Bruce Brammall, The West Australian, 15 April, 2019 Raising the white flag, when I was a really young lad, meant “surrender”. Giving in. Admitting defeat. It wasn’t until later that … Read More Truce be with you in debt star battle