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Welcome to the Centric Wealth Blog. We invite you to follow our blog, learn from our blog articles, view updates on our company and more.

Why it pays to be contrarian 8 Aug 2017
Being contrarian is not a simple mathematical formula. Nor does it guarantee success, which is why value investing is not more popular. Instead it requires a detailed knowledge of how a company and its industry works so you can handicap what expectations are priced into its stock and act accordingly.
Deductions you can claim: Understanding work related expenses 8 Aug 2017
With tax time here once more, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has taken the opportunity to issue a fresh ‘health warning’ on how to best avoid incorrect claims for work-related expenses.
Stories of success: How Personal Insurance has helped our clients 6 Aug 2017
Providing personal risk insurance advice can sometimes be a dry topic. However, in doing so we really have two choices; discomfort now for certainty in the future, or comfort now for certain pain in the future.
Financial Cybercrime: Staying safe online 23 Jun 2017
Financial cybercrime has moved beyond bank accounts and credit cards to Australia’s superannuation sector. With increasingly sophisticated methods being used, there are a number of things you can do to be smarter and stay safe when online.
Kick start the new financial year with a budget health check 23 Jun 2017
It’s incredible to think that 2017 is halfway gone. Has there been enough time to ask how those New Year’s resolutions are looking? Have you had a chance to make some serious inroads and tick a few off the list?
Unravelling the property puzzle 10 May 2017
Budgets have always been a platform for governments to announce major policy shifts. However, in the modern day such shifts are typically responses to a rising wave of populism surrounding a particular topic rather than the execution of a longer term strategic plan. The 2017 Budget attempted to do both.