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Stay up to date with the latest changes hitting the tax & accounting environment, as well as those in our specialty areas such as superannuation, financial planning and specialist tax & estate planning. But our blogging doesn’t stop there, whether it be the latest technological insights or information to help our farming communities, we will pretty much cover anything that crops up!

May 2, 2016

Split super with your spouse If you have a spouse, you are permitted to transfer certain super contributions from the previous financial year over to the super account of your partner. If the receiving spouse is over preservation age at...

April 15, 2016

Superannuation can be one of the most tax effective ways to build your retirement nest egg. There are a range of strategies you can consider to boost your super savings. (more…)

April 14, 2016

If you have been made redundant, it is important to understand the financial issues involved, your entitlements, and how to make the most of your redundancy payment with the help of your adviser. (more…)

March 24, 2016

From January 1 2017 the following changes will take place: (more…)

March 16, 2016

Establishing a savings plan Successfully building wealth is a commitment you make to yourself. The best place to start could be to establish a savings plan. The key to successful saving isn’t having lots of money, it is consistency and...

March 7, 2016

By setting goals, planning ahead and being smart with your savings and debt strategies - you can actively grow your wealth even from a modest start. Setting goals Financial goals can generally be divided into three broad categories: Short-term – A new...

March 5, 2016

Self-Managed Super Funds Self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) are a popular option for investors seeking greater control over their retirement savings. However, the decision to establish an SMSF should not be taken lightly. Whether an SMSF is suitable for you will...

March 3, 2016

Understanding risk and return The level of risk an investor takes relative to the investment return they expect to receive is sometimes known as the 'risk to return ratio'. As a general rule, the larger the potential investment return, the higher...

March 1, 2016

Which asset classes are best for you? When a financial adviser creates a financial plan, they use a number of factors to determine which combination of asset classes will work best for you.  These factors include your attitude to risk,...