May 07, 2015 / News

Rent is dead money. Or is it?

Prospective buyers should at least consider the rental option before committing savings into a single asset housing property. Property ownership, in almost all cases requires borrowing, and the fact that it cannot be diversified or easily divested, makes home ownership riskier than many people first think. Read more

Financial Planning

May 06, 2015 / News

2015 EOFY Strategies and Budget Update

Tax time! Don't leave it until the last minute... With 30 June fast approaching please register to attend our EOFY Strategies and Budget Update. Read more

Business Consulting / Financial Planning / Superannuation / Taxation

May 05, 2015 / News

Changes coming: Monthly PAYG instalments from 1 January 2016

From 1 January 2016, certain taxpayers will have to report and pay their PAYG instalments monthly rather than quarterly. Read more

Business Consulting / Taxation

Apr 29, 2015 / News

Are you maximising your fuel tax credit claim?

As you may be aware, businesses conducting certain activities may claim fuel tax credits (basically a refund of part of the excise duty paid when they purchased the fuel). Read more

Agribusiness / Business Consulting / Energy and Resources / Mining and Energy Advisory / Taxation / Transport and Distribution

Apr 24, 2015 / News

Refund of excess non-concessional contributions – potential strategies

The Tax and Superannuation Laws Amendment (2014 Measures No. 7) Bill 2014, which recently received royal assent, changes the taxation treatment of excess non-concessional superannuation contributions from 1 July 2013 onwards. Read more


Apr 21, 2015 / News

ACNC streamlined financial reporting for 2014/15 for non-government schools

The ACNC has formally announced that its transitional financial reporting arrangements have been extended so non-government schools are not required to complete the financial questions in their 2014 and 2015 Annual Information Statements. Read more

Audit and Assurance / Education

Apr 21, 2015 / News

How to avoid an SMSF tax penalty?

The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has recently changed the way it assesses income earned by assets paid for by a Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) borrowings. Read more

Financial Planning / Superannuation

Apr 16, 2015 / News

Is property still a good investment?

Investment properties in Australia are being hit by falling rental earnings. So is it possible to still make money from investment properties? Read more

Financial Planning

Apr 14, 2015 / News

Market Update - Autumn 2015

Investors have endured volatile market conditions so far in 2015. While economic growth is improving in the US and UK, it has been more subdued in other regions. Read more

Financial Planning

Apr 08, 2015 / News

Can you afford to not be protected?

Even if you’re young, single and healthy today that are important to help you protect your lifestyle and independence. Read more

Financial Planning

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