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Aged care payment options

Aged care payment options

By Shane Lee

When it comes time to investigate residential aged care for yourself, your partner, parent or Read on...

Have you subscribed to the popularity of the podcast?

Have you subscribed to the popularity of the podcast?

By Sharyn Garrett

Thanks to the internet we have so many options when it comes to the way we find information and Read on...

Frankly Speaking: Tax benefits of shares

Frankly Speaking: Tax benefits of shares

By Tanya Berderow

Australian shares are popular investments with self-funded retirees and anyone who depends on Read on...

What if I exceed my super contribution caps?

What if I exceed my super contribution caps?

By Patrick McVeigh

Making additional personal contributions to superannuation is a great way to boost your retirement Read on...

A trusted investment vehicle

A trusted investment vehicle

By Kerry Schmidt

Family trusts are a popular and effective investment structure to manage and protect your Read on...

Claiming small business CGT concessions

Claiming small business CGT concessions

By Ashleigh Peltz

The Government is continuing to tighten the eligibility rules for claiming tax concessions Read on...

To finance or buy a business asset? That’s the question

To finance or buy a business asset? That’s the question

By Paul Logan

With business conditions picking up in Australia, many business owners are thinking about the Read on...

6 steps to help you feel more positive about your finances

6 steps to help you feel more positive about your finances

By Kelvin Tyler

With one in four Australians reporting more financial stress after COVID, it’s no surprise many Read on...

What is capital gains tax and when might I have to pay it?

What is capital gains tax and when might I have to pay it?

By Michelle McVeigh

Capital gains tax is charged on the profit you make from the sale of certain assets. These could Read on...

SMSFs closing the age and gender gap

SMSFs closing the age and gender gap

By Jude Kleinschmidt

Self-managed super funds (SMSFs) have emerged from a difficult year stronger than ever. Not only Read on...

New Financial Year rings in some super changes

New Financial Year rings in some super changes

By Christine Town

As the new financial year gets underway, there are some big changes to superannuation that could Read on...

What you can claim when working from home

What you can claim when working from home

By Tiffany Schelberg

Setting up a home office? Here’s how to create a comfortable workspace, while offsetting the Read on...