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Empowering Everyday Australians with Tailored Financial Solutions and Expert Guidance

About OakView Financial

When it comes to securing your financial future, you need expert guidance from professionals who understand your unique needs. At our financial planning firm, we specialise in providing tailored strategies that help everyday Australians achieve their goals – whether you’re single, have a young family, or nearing retirement.

Our approach is simple: we take the time to explain why, how, and when, so you can make informed decisions about your financial future. We understand that you lead a busy life and don’t always have time to think about wealth accumulation, planning for retirement, super consolidation or personal insurance. That’s why we’re always available to provide personalised advice that’s relevant to your current and future circumstances.

As trusted financial planners, we nurture long-term relationships with our clients, built on trust and transparency. Our focus is on delivering tailored strategies that are designed to help you achieve your unique goals, whether that’s buying your first home, investing in property, or planning for retirement. So why wait? Get in touch with us today and start securing your financial future.

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Oak Tree Wealth Cycle

OakView Financial build financial plans that empower our diverse range of clients. The cornerstone is the OakView Oak Tree Wealth Cycle. It begins as a seedling, where no real financial strategy or direction is implemented. The analogy of a seedling is used because of its early state, attempting to find its roots in the ground and become something more than a seed. Steadily, with expert guidance, your financial journey can grow into a trunk and begin to branch out and bloom. Finally, it’s time to let new seeds out as you move into a retired lifestyle – referred to as seeding.

1. Seedling (The Beginning)

◦ No growth plan
◦ No strategy
◦ No direction

2. Roots

◦ Superannuation
◦ Insurances

3. Trunk

◦ Cashflow and budgeting
◦ Principle Place of Residence (PPR)
◦ Debt reduction
◦ Estate planning

4. Branching out

◦ Leveraging and gearing
◦ Deductable debt
◦ Investments (property and shares)
◦ Loan to Value/Valuation Ratio (LVR)

5. Blooming

◦ Transition To Retirement (TTR)
◦ Trust structures
◦ Self-managed super funds
◦ Social security strategies

6. Seeding (The End State)

◦ Retire in style
◦ Generational wealth
◦ Reap the rewards

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