Month: June 2016

Strategic Financial Advice

5 Things to note about Brexit Jitters

Core European bond yields have been negative for some time, as the European Central Bank has been aggressively buying bonds as part of its quantitative easing policy. While most of the German yield curve has been negative, German 10-year bond yields turned negative for the first time last night, reflecting uncertainty over the implications of the Brexit vote.

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SMSF Critical Amounts, Changes & Dates

Reducing your tax exposure, maximising the opportunities available to you, and reducing your risk of an audit by the regulators is in your best interests. With the end of the financial year fast approaching, this update will help you do exactly that:

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myGov accounts and ATO

Recently we have had a few clients contact us because they have not received their Notice of Assessment or Business Activity Statement. Upon review we have found that these clients have set up a myGov account and have included the ATO as one of the linked services.

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In the community

Congratulations to all the wonderful year 12 students who made their way into our offices last Monday to practice their interview techniques. Steve Golding and TESSA do an amazing job and we are proud to be associated with this wonderful organization.

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Lending & Finance

Three questions to ask before you refinance

The home loan market is constantly changing, with new and attractive deals coming up all the time. Refinancing can help you secure a more competitive interest rate, access the equity in your home, add features (such as an offset account) or consolidate your debts, but there are some important questions to consider before you get the ball rolling.

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