I went to work yesterday and earned myself a wage.

A pretty standard Australian thing to do, where I exchanged my time for money…

But, guess what.

After the eight hours I spent at work, making money for myself and my family – not one cent of that will actually go into my pocket. 

Do you know who I really worked for? The ATO!!

Say what??

As a PAYG earner the ATO pretty much owns all the time and effort I spend working each Monday (as they do yours), once they take their share of my earnings.

Pretty crazy right?!

My clients think I’m nuts when I say that the ATO owns your Monday. Here’s the bad news though, it’s not just your Monday that’s taken away from you.


What about the rest of the week?

After Superannuation, mortgage/rent, bills, insurance, kids expenses, I could go on and on; how much do you really take home?

More importantly, how are you going to make the most of it to get ahead financially?


The solution to this problem is finding a way to earn money while you are not working.

If you’re interested, I’d love to show you, “Who really owns you”, how you can make the most of what you’ve got – and how property as investment vehicle can help you secure a better financial future for you and your children.


You don’t want to be sitting in basically the same position as you were in 5 years time, thinking to yourself I wish I did something.

At our next Property Investor Masterclass we will take you through our exercise to determine where your money goes each week, and how our property investment strategies can help you create a successful property portfolio.

This is your opportunity to get all the inside know-how from leaders in the industry. Both experienced and first-time investors tell us they gain invaluable information from our Property Investor Education events.

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