A financial planner can help by clearly explaining the key legislative changes as a result of the Budget and what it may mean for you and your financial wellbeing. They can also discuss your financial goals and help you put a financial plan in place to achieve them. If you already have a plan, it might be a good time for a review with your planner to update and make sure you stay on track to reach your goals.
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