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Notice of intent…

Anyone wanting to claim a tax deduction for personal super contributions they have made during the financial year, need to make sure they lodge a... read more

Reliable earnings and dividend growth

When investing in income producing shares it is really important to look at companies that have a track record of delivering reliable earnings and dividend... read more

Review your loan…

With interest rates at historical lows, now may be the time to revisit your home loan. Review your current loan by speaking with your bank... read more

Staying calm when you feel like panicking…

While many investors are undoubtedly nervous and wondering what the share market has in store for them next, we are cautioning client’s against making investment... read more

Who gets your super when you die?

One of the most important decisions you will need to make when joining a super fund has nothing to do with where your money is... read more

Catch-up concessional contributions

This is the time of year to review any superannuation contribution opportunities available before June 30th. One of these opportunities may be to ‘catch up”... read more

A simple way to diversify

Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) are funds that trade on a stock exchange, just like ordinary shares. They combine the investment advantages of a managed fund... read more

Lower Deeming Rates

As part of the Australian Government’s response to coronavirus and the current low interest rate environment, existing deeming rates will be reduced. This means Australians... read more


The government has announced a new $130 billion support package in order to help businesses keep their employees during the coronavirus crisis Under the “JobKeeper”... read more

Temporary reduction in drawdown requirements

The Federal Government has announced a new temporary reduction in the minimum drawdown requirements for account-based pensions and similar products by 50% for both the... read more


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