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At Peter A Haans FCPA we care about our client’s knowledge on financial concepts and their general financial wellbeing. We like to give them a safe place to learning more about money. As a demonstration of this, our clients have access to our Financial Knowledge Centre.

Please see below a selection of some of the most recent videos which might be of interest to you. We have videos that have nothing to do with money that we find interesting and want to share and we also have animated technical videos for different technical concepts. If you are not a client and would like to know more about our Financial Knowledge Centre, please contact us.

Business and household food waste

Global food waste has wide-reaching economic, environmental and social implications. In this video, Dr. M. Sanjayan explores business and household food waste problems and solutions.

Working in retirement animation

What is your ideal retirement? In this animation, we illustrate the reasons why some of us continue to (or recommence) work; the benefits of doing so, and the important considerations to be aware of.

Claiming deductions for work-related expenses

In the process of preparing your tax return? Any potentially claimable work-related expenses? In this funny video, Jimmy Fallon talks to kids about what they think their parents do all day at work.

Capital gains tax (CGT) animation

When disposing of an asset, you may find that you make a capital gain or loss. If you do make a capital gain, tax is generally payable. In this animation, we illustrate capital gains tax (CGT).

Your personal finance skills: Practice makes…

When managing your personal finances, ‘practice makes perfect’. In this video by Dude Perfect, a few individuals show that anything is possible if you put your mind to it…and practice.

Keeping your balance animation

When making financial decisions, it’s important to take the time to consider your two self’s: your present self; and, your future self. In this animation, we illustrate this concept further.

Dream big: SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy rocket launch

“Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” (Norman Vincent Peale). In this SpaceX video, a Falcon Heavy rocket launches into space with a rather unique payload.

Your financial wellbeing animation

A recent survey has found that on average Australians have a financial wellbeing score of 59 out of 100. In this animation, we illustrate what is financial wellbeing, and the things that influence it.

Life’s journey and Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

In this highly emotive TED Talk, Jonathan Gravenor shares his life’s journey – confronting his own mortality, and in doing so, launching himself on a pilgrimage to become a better man.

Retirement planning and sequencing risk

Pre and post-retirement, it’s vital to understand the risks that retirees face and have a retirement plan in place to help weather these obstacles. In this animation, we illustrate sequencing risk.

Aged care services and receiving care at home

At some point in your life you may find that you need assistance to continue living at home. In this video, Saturday Night Live provide a light-hearted segue to talk about aged care services.

Establishing an emergency buffer

A key question to consider is whether you have enough savings at hand to weather an unexpected financial emergency. In this animation, we illustrate the importance of establishing an emergency buffer.

2019 Budget: PwC and the ‘Prudence Prevails’ Budget

PwC's chief economist Jeremy Thorpe discusses his thoughts on the 2019-20 Federal Budget, “Prudence prevails in this budget, but with challenges around low wage growth there’s a lot more to do.”

2019 Budget: ABC and Key Numbers Explained

As a result of the proposed measures that have come out of Treasurer Josh Frydenberg's 2019-20 Federal Budget, ABC’s national affairs correspondent Greg Jennett explains the key numbers.

2019 Budget: Guardian Australia and the Political Context

Guardian Australia's political editor Katharine Murphy highlights the political context of the 2019-20 Federal Budget, given the Government’s wish to hand it down before the next election.

A minimalist approach to personal finance

Minimalism involves reviewing your priorities and removing excesses that don’t add value to your life. In this video, Matt D’Avella shares how minimalism helped him with his personal finances.

Superannuation: Work test exemption (WTE)

Once you reach age 65, making voluntary contributions to your superannuation can prove more difficult given contribution eligibility rules. In this animation, we illustrate the work test exemption.

Google: Year in search 2018

As you close the chapter on 2018, it’s important to remember, “The past cannot be changed. The future is yet in your power.” (Unknown). In this video, Google showcases the searches that shaped 2018.

Monetary policy, cash rates and interest rates

Over one-third of Australians don’t check the cash rate. In this animation, we illustrate the important relationship between monetary policy, cash rates and interest rates.

Beliefs on money animation

Your beliefs on money can often govern what you associate with money, and the prospect of accumulating more money now and into the future. In this animation, we illustrate this in further detail.

How to achieve your most ambitious goals

Bridging the gap between the present and your vision for the future can often seem like an insurmountable task. In this TED Talk, Stephen Duneier explains how to achieve your most ambitious goals.

Your money personality preferences

Your money personality (i.e. Owl, Dolphin, Labrador or Monkey) describes your natural personality preferences for dealing with money. In this funny video by the BBC, we see some personalities at work.

Personal insurances: Managing risk

An important part of wealth accumulation is putting appropriate strategies in place to manage risk. In this animation, we illustrate one such strategy – a comprehensive personal insurance plan.

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