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New (Financial) Year, New Start

New (Financial) Year, New Start

By Ondria Rodger

The end of financial year is the most stressful time for people in many different lines of work. Read on...

Time to review transition to retirement pensions

Time to review transition to retirement pensions

By Shane Lee

Amid the major reforms to superannuation that took effect on July 1, some significant changes to Read on...

What are YOU avoiding?

What are YOU avoiding?

By Megan James

Avoidance… it’s an interesting relationship strategy. I think it’s fair to say that we’ve Read on...

Gifting to the max

Gifting to the max

By Oliver Holcombe

Increase the impact of your donations – for the recipients, and your tax bill The end of the Read on...

Escape the winter blues – without breaking the bank!

Escape the winter blues – without breaking the bank!

By Ashleigh Peltz

Have you been feeling a bit sluggish as the winter weather sets in? Are you craving richer meals, Read on...

Take a trip…and other things to do before 30 June

Take a trip…and other things to do before 30 June

By Melissa Low

It’s that time of year again, when accountants start doing weird end-of-financial-year happy Read on...

Keeping score of your credit rating

Keeping score of your credit rating

By Paul Logan

In many ways, applying for a loan has never been easier. Interest rates are comparatively low and Read on...

What will the Budget mean for you?

What will the Budget mean for you?

By David Briese

This year’s Budget aims to ease cost of living pressures while ensuring the nation lives within Read on...

Free Accounting Software Expo

Free Accounting Software Expo

By Adrian Rasmussen

Bringing the cloud to ground level. Now that NBN is a reality in Dalby, there is increasing Read on...

Greater choice in home care

Greater choice in home care

By Shane Lee

When loved ones become frail and elderly, families may feel that moving them into a retirement home Read on...

Tax and the super afterlife

Tax and the super afterlife

By Michelle McVeigh

Death and taxes are never pleasant topics to think about, but a little careful consideration now Read on...

Extreme Frugality: Why budgeting is cool again

Extreme Frugality: Why budgeting is cool again

By Thomas Hall

Meet Pete. This former engineer, retired at age 30, now lives with his wife and son in small town Read on...