Pride Advice: Highlights of 2021!

This time of year always lends itself to a little retrospection, and the overarching theme of 2021 was – unfortunately – COVID-19. While the pandemic put a halt to many things, the financial world kept on rolling and, for some, financial advice became more important than ever.

As always, we did our best to keep in touch with you, providing new content and information on ever-important topics like retirement, savings goals and money in general.

It may not be as thrilling as the latest Lee Child stocking-stuffer, but we’ve gathered the most popular Pride Advice content from the previous 12 months for you to peruse on those long, hot summer afternoons.

This is what 2021 looked like for us!

A diverse group of minds from the Pride Advice family contributed blogs throughout the year, some offering more technical advice while others leaned a little to the philosophical.

Here’s a collection of the most popular.

Dad. My Most Privileged Title!
”I love being a Dad”

Brett reflects on being a dad and what fatherhood has meant to him.

I Do, Again – Avoiding Financial Problems in Your Second Marriage

Look at the failure rate of second marriages, the underlying reasons and how to make them work.

What Does It Mean To Be Wealthy? A Question For The Individual

What’s more human than aspiring to great wealth? Money cures everything, right?

Our videos proved popular throughout 2021, boosted by the introduction of our Money Minute series. The most viewed include advice on perennial concerns, such as how much you need to retire on, and more human-interest pieces like Brett Schatto’s ABC Radio Adelaide interview.

Brett Schatto on Evenings with Peter Goers – ABC Radio Adelaide!

Listen to Brett’s story & his insights into what he believes the purpose & power of good financial advice is.

Money Minute: Superannuation Changes from 1 July

Tony & Azlin discuss changes made to the super contributions & pensions that kicked in from 1 July 2021.

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Money Minute: How Much Do You Need To Retire On?

The answer is very much dependent on individual circumstances and what you have planned for your post-work years!

2021 was an exciting year for the Pride Advice family, as we welcomed new members on board who immediately increased our collective knowledge and expertise.

Along with new addition Tim Brady came Deanna Barbaro (Client Services Officer), Vicki Eickhoff (Senior Paraplanner) and Janet Pawlak (Client Services Officer). Aside from simply being great people to work with, they’ve increased our capability as a business.

The Special Events we were privileged to be a part of this year certainly earned their title. Here’s what we took part in:

The Super Loong Lunch is Back!
South Australia’s Biggest Mentally Healthy Business Breakfast – 26th Oct 2021
Navigating Divorce & Separation: Advice from Industry Experts

15 Strategies to Supercharge Your Super

For a little light holiday reading, why not dip in to our popular Super strategies eBook?

Pride Advice Awarded ”Practice of the Year 2020” at Awards Presentation!

The most exciting and proud moment for our team in 2021 was undoubtedly winning “Practice of the Year 2020″ at the RI Awards Presentation for the fifth time in a row.

We always strive to provide quality, relevant advice for our clients, and the team certainly gets a boost when that’s acknowledged.

All the best for 2022! We look forward to hearing from you in the new year!

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