Well here we are, nearing the end of our 50th year at Power Tynan. It has been very rewarding spending time with our great clients at functions or interviews and recalling the times together. It is interesting to compare how we DID business to how we do business today - hasn't it changed?!

The one thing that hasn't changed is the need to give a personalised service and to know how to relate to people. We as advisers need to understand people's circumstances to offer sound and specific advice for the client. We have more accurate and up to date information than ever before, enabling us to provide more timely advice and, by utilising technology, be more accurate in our predictions. This allows us to plan for all types of scenarios whether it be succession planning, restructuring advice, estate planning, new product scenarios, or just plain costings on products. This along with some "what if" scenarios makes it really worthwhile to spend time brainstorming for any business decision, and then put in place strategies to help you achieve your desired outcomes.

You may wonder why we ask so many questions when we sit down to discuss your affairs.  It is to ensure we fully understand your personal circumstances, as what you may think is nothing could be an avenue for you to improve or protect your personal circumstances.

It is all about understanding your personal and business circumstances to offer a better service to you and to help you achieve your goals.

The drought and the bushfires have been a major drawback on the local economies we physically operate in, and we are all wishing for an end to these extreme conditions. People are hurting on all levels, so please be aware of your neighbours and fellow business owners and ensure they are coping as best as possible. The Government has started offering free or subsidised services so please contact us if you aren't aware of services that may benefit you.