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Let’s look at the taxing of discretionary trusts; if you’re a business owner and use a discretionary trust to mitigate some of your business risk, you...

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Watch our rundown on the 2019/20 Budget

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ScoMo Vs Bill

Whilst we’re not in the official election campaign mode yet, we all know that the inevitable election will come. Whether you wear blue...

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I read a commentary on an interview of Eugene Ardino (Lifespan Financial Planning chief executive) by SMSFAdviser recently where Mr Ardino...

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What happens when the incentive to improve your lot in life is taken away? While it may be true that richer people benefit from the CGT concessions...

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The age below which individuals can receive genuine redundancy and early retirement scheme payments will be changed to align it with the Age Pension...

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An exemption from the work test will apply to voluntary superannuation contributions in the first income year after retirement from 1 July 2019. This...

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Why is the ASIC’s solution to bad advice to the SMSF sector by financial advisor’s to ban the product, isn’t it their job to administer the law not...

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We have all heard the term compounding, but it can sometimes be hard to associate theories with real life. For example, if you invested $100,000 of...

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When it comes to investing there are some things a lot of us get wrong? One of the biggest is not realising the power of investing early enough. If I...

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Some of the comments made by Mr Hodge at the royal commission may give some financial planners a mini stroke.

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The question for most people is, when will I be able to afford to retire?

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