• Rowlo’s Golf Day a Hit

    The Stream Team (Advisers Janis, Lachlan, Stuart and Drew) were proud to be part of Rowlo’s Golf Day and it proved to be another successful and very rewarding day. Rowlo’s Golf Day helped raised just over $26000. This means a donation of $17000 towards MND research!

    October 9, 2019
  • Bloomhill Family Fun Day a Great Success

    Earlier this year, Stream Financial approached Bloomhill Cancer Care to discuss supporting a local charity with a cause that was meaningful to their business and team. A cancer diagnosis is life-changing on so many levels and no one knows this more than Stream Financial’s Principal and cancer survivor, Tim van Doore. Tim was diagnosed with

    October 3, 2019
  • Bloomhill Family Fun Day

    Come and join us for a good cause and an amazing day of family fun at the Bloomhill Cancer Care Family Fun Day – September 21st 2019 at Bloomhill Cancer  Care, 58 Ballinger Road, Buderim. BLOOMHILL BAKEOFF: All baked goods to be on site before 9.30am – judging to occur at 10.00am with all goods

    August 15, 2019
  • The New Website has Landed

    Stream Financial’s new website has Landed!  The new site features a streamlined modern design, improved functionality, and easy access to essential information to help our clients make well-informed decisions on their Financial needs. New Features include: Chat – want to ask a us a quick question then jump on the chat New videos of our

    July 30, 2019
  • Important Message – Insurance Cover within Superannuation

    The insurance industry is going through a major change, with recent changes to legislation coming into effect from 1 July 2019. Trustees of superannuation funds will be required to cancel insurance cover where the superannuation account is deemed inactive. This is where the Trustee hasn’t received a contribution or rollover into the members superannuation account

    July 25, 2019
  • Meet Audra our newest Adviser

    I love my family, they are the cornerstone of my life. My husband and I have been blessed to have four wonderful children and, in the last several years, we’ve welcomed two great sons-in-law and recently four beautiful grandchildren. They put a smile on my face every time I think of them and my most

    June 26, 2019
  • Why Worry about Wellness at Work? Expert panel discussion

    Wellness at work programmes are not just for big business. They are accessible and of benefit to business of all types and can make a difference to both your staff and your bottom line. This seminar brings together 4 experts to give you a broad overview of the different facets of a wellness programme, how

    April 18, 2019
  • Stream Hosts Seminar

    Stream Financial recently hosted a Seminar taking an in-depth look at the changing face of Australia. Conrad Voss, Stream Financial’s General Manager spoke about the current trends in Australian living and what this means for young investors and those approaching retirement. There was some great discussion about the what the population growth and the changes

    September 13, 2018
  • Introducing….

    There has been some recent changes at Stream Financial so we like to introduce some of our newest members that will make a great contribution to our awesome team.   Tegan Pitt – Paraplanner I am a very adventurous person. I love to travel and explore new places. My love for adventure came from my upbringing

    September 6, 2018
  • Stream proudly sponsors Archer’s Marathon

    Our Stream Financial team ran the Sea FM Half K Marathon at Cotton Tree in August. We proudly sponsored and helped raise funds for Archers tracheotomy. Archer was born with a rare condition known as CCHS – Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome. Put simply, if little Archer goes to sleep, he stops breathing. Little Archer needs

    August 30, 2018
  • Stream Advisory Group

    We are proud to announce that Stream Financial has recently broadened its services to include business advisory and accounting after the purchase of a local accounting firm. There’s so much more to running a business than just numbers, but it’s the part that gets most of your focus. So often, business owners look only at

    March 16, 2018
  • Meet Stuart Long our newest Financial Adviser

    A little about me… I like to travel, socialise, eat out and drink…  usual stuff I know, but this is why I came to Australia and settled on the Sunshine Coast.  In 2008 I packed a bag, took twelve months out from my accounting job in Manchester and went to see some of the world.

    March 16, 2018
  • Tim Thinks

    We know we need to act for change to occur. We keep kidding ourselves into believing maybe we need more information, we don’t know what to do next, or don’t think it will work. The reality is we do know deep down inside what our options are: Option A – is the best thing (probably

    March 16, 2018
  • Living Longer, Working Longer – is this the new the Australian way?

    Australians born after 1966 will now not be eligible for the aged pension until age 70.  The measure first flagged in then treasurer Joe Hockey’s 2014 budget, was expected to be scrapped but seemingly has now become a reality. Age to which pension will be raised Date this applies People effected Earliest date from which

    November 23, 2017
  • Claim Management Process Improvements

    We have recently undertaken a review of our claims management process to ensure that we are providing the best possible service to our clients. As part of the review, it was important for us to be able to offer a complimentary service to clients that are going through a difficult period. This involves us getting

    November 23, 2017
  • Tim’s Thoughts….

    I was an insurance guy. I distanced myself from financial advice and I didn’t call myself a financial adviser – I was an insurance guy. I held all the authorisations and qualifications to be a financial adviser but wanted to be an insurance guy. More to the point, I didn’t want to be a financial

    November 23, 2017
  • Look up

    I was hiking on a track enjoying some fresh air when I came to a rather steep hill. As with anything difficult I put my head down and focused on what was in front of me and got through the demanding part of the walk. It wasn’t until afterwards, walking back the way I came down the

    July 14, 2016
  • I’m Sorry

    From a young age, we’re taught to immediately say sorry if something bad happens. This was important to understand the consequences of our actions and show sincere apology for selfish actions or mistakes we would make in our youth. In our childhood these were usually for small things, not following instructions or perhaps taking a

    June 6, 2016
  • I’ve got so much to give, let me give it to you

    There are times in our lives where we know we have something to give. That we can help. That we can make something better. Whether it be in our work, or our relationships with others… we strive to give and assist. But the difference that each of us can make, may fall on deaf ears.

    May 15, 2016
  • Discovering the Choice to do Different

    Some of the best moments in life are those we stumble across almost by chance, serendipitously. We chalk it up to good fortune discovering that small special place, when the odds are we would have been more comfortable staying at home or going to the usual spot down the road. It’s easy to explain away

    May 15, 2016