Meet Brendan O'Reilly

Brendan aims to build lasting, meaningful relationships based on trust, integrity and superior client service. He is committed to working with individuals and families who are seeking long term financial security and a comfortable retirement. Brendan specialises in providing advice aimed at simplifying the complexities of financial management and investment markets. He also has a keen interest in assisting his clients with estate planning, philanthropic giving and aged care advice.

With over 20 years’ experience in business and personal finance working as a Certified Practicing Accountant and financial planner, Brendan is well placed to guide you through the financial maze to retirement and beyond.

Bridges Sunshine Coast was awarded the 2013 Branch of the Year, recognising Outstanding Achievement and Professionalism. The Sunshine Coast team have an enthusiastic client focus and are the engine behind our success.

Bridges Sunshine Coast is a fee for service practice and aims to provide high quality financial and investment advice focussing on strategic recommendations and quality ongoing client service rather than producing sales. We do not accept any incentives or commissions from financial institutions, nor do we charge percentage based fees. We will not recommend that you change any of your existing accounts unless there are compelling reasons and real long term benefits to you.

Bridges Sunshine Coast Financial Planning Team

Client testimonials

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    "I would like to thank you (and your team) for the magnificent outcome you have achieved for both me and my husband. Over the past ten year you h…  Read more

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    "I think the one thing I value most about being a client of Bridges Sunshine Coast is definitely the convenience of having a trusted person on ta…  Read more

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Our blog

  • Make your retirement funds go the distance 18.12.17

    You only get one shot at going into retirement, so it is essential that you go in with your eyes wide open. The earlier you start preparing, the more options you will have, so here are some top tips to get the ball rolling.

  • 7 ways to take financial stress out of your relationship 18.12.17

    Let’s face it — money issues can be a real relationship killer. Even relatively minor disagreements over money can get blown out of proportion, and drive a wedge between you and your partner. Follow these simple rules to keep things in harmony.

  • How to set realistic financial goals 18.12.17

    For some of us, setting financial goals may seem like an overwhelming chore that quickly ends up in the “too hard” basket. The key to overcoming this problem is to break things into a few simple steps that will quickly get you off the ground, start building momentum, and set you on a steady path toward financial freedom.

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latest news from bridges

  • Super opportunity for first home buyers and downsizers

    Whether you’re buying your first home or you’re ready to downsize, you may be able to use your super to help make the most of your money.

  • Fair’s fair for blended families

    One of the biggest concerns for people with blended (or ‘step’) families is making sure their wealth doesn’t end up solely with their step-children – leaving their biological children without an inheritance.

  • Self-service super contributions

    The 1 July 2017 super reforms have opened up a fantastic new opportunity to build wealth in super and reduce your tax bill at the same time. That is, it’s now easier to claim a tax deduction on your personal super contributions than ever before.

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