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2021 Federal Budget Recap

Last night the Morrison Government released their 2021 Federal Budget, including a $106.6 billion deficit and some tax breaks in an effort to rebuild the economy. The deficit is $6 […]

Investing in your future

Investing in your future. The government regularly reminds us that each Australian must take responsibility for funding their future. Regardless of when you will be able to access your super, […]

Have you set up Power of Attorney?

Don’t forget these important documents What would happen if you were physically unable to sign important documents or became mentally incapable of making key decisions? This is when a Power […]

How will aged care affect your family?

Naturally, when investigating options for an elderly person, finding the right level of care is crucial, as is anticipating future care requirements and planning for them. Given a choice, most […]

A Guide for Start-Ups

It’s a huge step in anyone’s life to launch a business. Not only do you need to have a feasible idea and finance behind it, you will also need to […]

Aged Care: Levels of care

Levels of care Care options include in-home care and residential care providing standard accommodation and personal services. Residents pay for optional additional services. In-home Care Four levels of care: Basic […]

Marketing for new businesses

What is marketing? Marketing is more than just advertising. It’s a concentrated effort to get your business across to the customer by pushing it from every angle. Marketing involves the […]

Aged Care Planning: Assessment

The first step – Assessment Illness, disability or the passing of the years can make it difficult for you or your loved one to maintain an independent lifestyle. The ideal […]

Bootstrapping a business

What is Bootstrapping? Bootstrapping a business is when an entrepreneur uses their own money as start-up capital for their business. The term comes from the old saying ‘pull yourself up […]

What is your aged care funding strategy?

According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, in 2017 almost 3.8 million Australians were aged 65 and over. Consider for a moment: this figure shows those people contemplating aged care […]

Do you know who gets your super?

Who decides what happens to your superannuation savings when you die? You may think that you do, but that isn’t always the case. The ultimate decision may be made by […]

Protect Yourself Through Superannuation

The attractiveness of superannuation as an investment and savings vehicle is well known. As we mentioned earlier, although the federal government places limits on the amount of tax-effective contributions we […]

Super, It’s Not Really a Sacrifice

If you are earning more than you need to live comfortably, salary sacrificing may be an attractive option to reduce your tax, boost your superannuation and prepare for a more […]