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How To Maximise Investments For Your Children

April 17, 2018 | Grant McCarthy

It’s a good idea to think about your children’s financial future and to plan accordingly. Monies invested directly in children’s names in direct savings plans such as term deposits and most managed funds are not taxed concessionally though. First, I’ll explain the rules. Then, I’ll offer some suggestions. Unmarried children under the age of 18 […]

Financial Enlightment – Understanding The Numbers

May 11, 2017 | Dianna Jacobsen

When running a small business, much emphasis is put on [ominous music….] the ‘dreaded financials’!  These two words are designed to strike terror into the hearts of small business owners everywhere! We are meant to ‘make friends’ with our Financials, to use them to make informed decisions, to feel empowered, and for leverage towards some […]

Business Structures – Sole Trader

March 24, 2017 | Katherine Hawes

In Australia, there are four main business structures commonly used by small businesses.  They are; sole trader, partnerships, companies and trusts.  Each structure has its advantages depending on the needs of the business in the areas of tax, asset protection, control and succession, flexibility as well as set-up and ongoing costs.  In this blog we […]

How are Australian Businesses Reacting to Current Consumer Spending Trends?

February 23, 2017 | Guest Blogger

If there was one economy that has appeared to be recession-proof during the last two decades, it is Australia. After all, this nation has remained impervious to a number of global economic contractions during this time, most notably in 2008 when the rest of the world crumbled under the weight of the so-called, Great Recession.  […]