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Using your equity to build wealth

Using your equity to build wealth

This article explains how equity is accumulated and ways in which you can use some of your equity to build additional wealth. It explains there are risks when using your equity and suggests working with the right professionals to get a desired result. – Using your equity to build wealth.

Avoid an inheritance headache

Avoid an inheritance headache

This article follows the journey of a grieving daughter who recently lost her mother, and now has the task of sorting out her mother’s estate along with how to best utilise her substantial inheritance. – Avoid an inheritance headache.

How high will interest rates go?

How high will interest rates go?

The Reserve Bank of Australia have been steadily increase the cash rate since the early half of 2022, but how high will these interest rates go and how quickly will we get there? – How high will interest rates go?

Investing in trends

Investing in trends

This article explores how Electronic Traded Funds or ETFs are evolving so that investors can allocate their money into specific investment themes and trends. – Investing in trends.

If I was 25 again I would…

If I was 25 again I would…

If I was 25 again I would… pay extra off my mortgage. If I could find just $100 extra per month – less than the proverbial cup of coffee every day – and added this to my repayments on a $300,000 mortgage with an interest rate of 3.75% per annum over a term of 25...

How to break the pay-to-pay cycle

How to break the pay-to-pay cycle

An alarming number of Australians are living paycheque-to-paycheque. This article explains how poor money management leads to cashflow issues and provides advice on how to break the pay-to-pay cycle and get your finances under control. – How to break the pay-to-pay cycle.

A history of home loans

A history of home loans

This article looks at the history of home loans from the 1970’s to 2022, detailing the rise of inflation and consequent interest rate spikes. It also provides tips and strategies to assist when interest rates rise. – A history of home loans.

The revival of training and technology boosts

The revival of training and technology boosts

This article outlines the former Government’s announcement regarding the introduction of measures to provide certain business taxpayers with bonus tax deductions for expenditure relating to training employees or improving digital operations. – Revival of the training and technology boost measures.

Register your .au domain!

Register your .au domain!

20 September 2022 is the cut-off to register for your .au direct domain. The .au domain is the new, general purpose, shorter Australian domain name option. – Register your .au domain!

It’s not easy being green

It’s not easy being green

Climate change featured heavily during the election and now the Albanese Government is putting into place some of the promises it made. We look at the current state of play and the likely impact. – It’s not easy being green.

4 good places to stash your cash

4 good places to stash your cash

If there is a good chance you will receive a tax refund this year or by being thrifty you have accumulated some extra cash in your everyday account, try to contain the temptation to splurge or celebrate; instead make it work harder for you. – 4 good places to stash your cash.

Business strategies to kick-start the financial year

Business strategies to kick-start the financial year

A new financial year brings new opportunities, and there is no better way of starting the financial year then with a solid business plan. This article lists small business strategies including Insurance, Tax planning, business planning and more to help get you started. – Business strategies to kick-start the financial year.

Tax and the family home

Tax and the family home

Everyone knows you don’t pay tax on your family home when you sell it…right? We take a closer look at the main residence exemption that excludes your home from capital gains tax and the triggers that reduce or exclude that exemption. – Tax and the family home.

Will a ‘baby bust’ send Australia broke?

Will a ‘baby bust’ send Australia broke?

This article reviews the latest population growth rates for Australia, compares them to rates in other countries and outlines the arguments as to why this might be a negative or a positive for the domestic economy. – Will a ‘baby bust’ send Australia broke?

Tips for starting your own successful business

Tips for starting your own successful business

The dream of starting your own business often stays just that, a dream. Many people have a great start up idea but get overwhelmed when they start looking into everything that is required to take their idea and turn it into a thriving business. This article outlines some tips for translating your dream into reality. – Tips for starting your own successful business.

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