Month: October 2016

SMSF

Do you have insurance in your lost superannuation?

Would you go out for a coffee and leave $10,000 on the table because you forgot? Of course you wouldn’t, and if you did, you would go back and get it! Then why are so many of us losing track of our superannuation accounts and potential insurance that they usually carry?

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Lending & Finance

Confused about home loan pre approvals? Follow these four steps

Ready to buy a property? You’ll need to show the seller you have enough money. For most people, this will mean getting a loan, and the first step to getting one is obtaining pre-approval for it.

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Allied Health

5 reasons you should get a business valuation BEFORE buying

Buying into an allied health practice is a huge investment for your future with considerable personal risk for yourself. Given the size of the investment and risk a business valuation is highly recommended for many reasons, including these I have listed below:

 

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Living Estate Planning

No tax on death: fact or fiction?

Death itself does not create a tax liability, however what happens to the assets after you die could result in a tax bill. Creating a will or becoming a beneficiary of one may appear to be more straight than you thought, but the reality is the tax man could take a large bite out of your estate or inheritance.

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Property

Claiming a kitchen renovation in your investment property

A kitchen is a substantial expense and careful planning can ensure you stay on budget. If you find your investment property is in need of a new kitchen there are a few things that you should know:

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Lending & Finance

Home Loans 101

There are a range of home loans available in Australia, so it can be hard to understand their features and whether they are right for you. This guide explains all you need to know.

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Lending & Finance

RBA decision: no change

The RBA has left the cash rate on hold at 1.50 per cent as expected.

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SMSF

Super reforms explained

If you are waiting for the superannuation reforms announced in the Budget to pass Parliament before working out what they mean to you, you might miss out on any opportunities available.

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