Suggars & Associates is a group of mature consultants individually specialising in specific areas within their own businesses, ranging from Business Succession Planning Strategies, Corporate Insurance including Superannuation, Personal Insurance, Personal Superannuation and Investment. The business was started by Jeff Suggars in 1993, and he retired in 2016.
We have access to the products of various Life Offices, and Investment Houses, and are not tied to or obliged to place business with any particular institution or product provider. We must undergo regular training and competency examinations in order to advise on their products. This allows us to present you with the products we feel are the best in the market.
Your income is your most valuable asset, and we are passionate about helping you put it to good use to allow you and your family achieve the lifestyle you desire. The financial world has become more and more complex, and in turn, trustworthy advice all the more important. So our mission is to provide genuine financial and insurance expertise to our clients to ensure you can meet your financial goals and have the protection you need. Our remuneration is by way of commissions payable by the companies we may use. We prefer this method as we believe it makes high quality advice affordable to everyone, however should you prefer, a fee-for-service option is available.
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Meike and The Advice Collective t/a Suggars & Associates are Authorised Representatives of Synchron Pty Ltd which holds an Australian Financial Services License 243313. You can read our Financial Services Guide here.
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