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Lifestyle

Look Before You Book

From 1st November, travel between Greater Sydney and regional NSW has been permitted for fully vaccinated people, with Australian Permanent Residents and Citizens being eligible for overseas travel since 1st December. Before making or accepting a booking, its important to ensure that you review the Terms and Conditions so that you know what is possible if holiday plans change.

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Tax & Accounting

Tax Alert – December 2021

As COVID-19 turbulence starts to settle, the ATO is moving away from its supportive position and returning to its more usual compliance focus.

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Private Wealth

Kicking Financial Goals in 2022

After a difficult year of COVID disruptions and uncertainty, the summer holidays can’t come quickly enough. It’s a chance to refresh and reflect on the year that was and hopefully set some goals for the year ahead.

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Tax & Accounting

The New Director ID: Do You Need One?

It’s been a busy year for Australia’s two million plus directors dealing with the pandemic and lockdowns and there’s now a new task on their to-do list.

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Lifestyle

Cyber Security: Protecting Yourself At Home

Greater flexibility in working arrangements has been a by-product of the pandemic, as working from home has become more widespread. In fact, The Families in Australia Survey: Towards COVID Normal reported in November 2020 that two thirds of Aussies were working from home.

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Home Loans

A Helping Hand Onto The Property Ladder

Buying your first home is always a big step, but with property prices rising faster than pay packets, taking that first step seems more challenging than ever.

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Home Loans

Homing In On Retirement

Pick an Australian, any Australian, and chances are they dream of buying a home or upgrading the one they already own. There’s the emotional satisfaction of knowing you own the roof over your head, the freedom to rip up carpets and keep a pet, and the stability it offers as you raise a family. But home ownership also has a role to play in retirement planning.

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Private Wealth

Responsible Investing On The Rise

For many people, there’s much more to choosing investments than focusing exclusively on financial returns. Returns are important, but a growing number of people also want their investments align with their values.

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Private Wealth

Spotlight On Super Performance

Superannuation has provided most fund members with stellar returns since last year’s COVID lows. As always though, some funds performed better than others and recent government reforms make it easier to find out how your fund compares.

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Private Wealth

Frankly Speaking: Tax Benefits of Shares

Australian shares are popular investments with self-funded retirees and anyone who depends on income from their investments, due in part to the favourable tax treatment of franked dividends.

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Private Wealth

Don’t Take Super Cover For Granted

Buying insurance through super has many advantages, but you need to make sure you are getting the right cover for your individual needs. In some cases, you may be paying for nothing.

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Lifestyle

Not Feeling Yourself? You could be Languishing

Feeling a bit lacklustre as the days roll by? Hitting the snooze button more than usual? It’s a feeling that can be difficult to put your finger on, but it has a name, languishing.

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