What is negative gearing? Negative gearing is something that’s often in the news. If you’re a current or potential property investor, it’s important to understand exactly what negative gearing is […]
What is Negative Gearing
Single Touch Payroll (STP)
Single Touch Payroll (STP) is a way of sending tax and super information to the ATO from your payroll or accounting software each time you pay your employees. If you use payroll software, it may need […]
Negative Gearing Changes
You may have heard the announcements late last year, that Labor propose to introduce restrictions on negative gearing across the board to all investments acquired after a yet-to-be-announced […]
Retirement - Exciting and Terrifying
Retiring is one of the most exciting yet terrifying times of someones life! How can you prepare for retirement? (you are never too young to start retirement preparation)
What is Christmas?
What is Christmas? Christmas is both a sacred religious holiday and a worldwide cultural and commercial phenomenon. For two millennia, people around the world have been observing it with traditions […]
No Frills Superannuation
Cost pressures and an increasingly mobile investor population are behind the launch of one new super fund, and another cutting its fees. It is great to have more options available to you, and while […]
Who is your priority?
How easy is it for a new competitor to emerge in your industry. The answer, of course, is VERY EASY. All you need is ‘an Internet connection and one client.' (and a good relationship with your […]
Helping your children understand money - Part 2
I spent years and years working for financial institutions, working on products, marketing, event management. My opinion, at that time, that bank accounts for our kids, especially kids savings […]
Helping your children understand money - Part 1
Kristy and Candice have combined their vast knowledge of the financial services industry and parenting skills to provide you with some skills on kids and money - by telling you about the mistakes […]
Are you a loser?
Robert Gottleiebsen a business columnist wrote for the Australian on 29 September, "battlers losers in Labor franking policy change. With about 1.4 million older people set to be directly hit be the […]