Bronwyn draws on her diverse history in banking and finance across metro and regional areas, and encompassing both business and personal finance helping people become more financially confident.
Getting ready for tax time.
With the end of the financial year rapidly approaching, it’s important to start preparing to complete your tax return.Read now
The impact of rising interest rates.
For the first time in over 10 years, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has flagged that given the current and predicted economic conditions interest rates are going to rise. This article looks at how that may impact Aussie homeowners.Read now
Helpful steps to buying your first home.
The Australian property market is in a transformative period with unprecedented demand, low stocks, and some of our lowest interest rates ever, making it even more challenging for women looking to buy their first home. Here’s some helpful tips to get you underway.Read now
Investing in shares.
Investing in shares is becoming more accessible to a greater number of investors through online share trading platforms. However, the usual risks still apply so it pays to understand what you’re investing in, and why, to help achieve the financial goals you’re after.Read now
Investing for beginners.
There’s a lot to consider when you’re deciding to invest for the first time. We’ve put together a comprehensive guide of what you need to know before investing.Read now
IWD2021 #Choosetochallenge … financially.
This year's theme for International Women's Day is #Choosetochallenge. Our challenge for you from the Davidson Institute is to boost your financial confidence, Not only does this help improve your own financial wellbeing but it has potential benefits for the broader community too.Read now
Helpful tips to avoid a ‘silly season’ financial hangover.
The ‘silly season’, as it’s affectionately known, means different things for different people but it generally brings with it many costs that aren’t part of our everyday. This article shares some simple tips to help manage the extra costs to help you avoid starting the new year with a financial hangover.Read now