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In the lead up to the election everyone was predicting a Labour win. Having won every opinion poll, it was a safe prediction by pundits. “Polls suggest Labor could make a net gain of 12 seats, giving it 81 MPs in the 151-seat parliament.” SBS News. A quote from early on election day, 18th May...
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With the uncertainty of the federal election behind it, the RBA has decided to reduce the official cash rate to 1.25% as it tries to stimulate household spending and the economy. This is the first rate move since August 2016 and we’d like to share some thoughts on why the Reserve Bank of Australia has...
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Retirement spells a huge change in lifestyle as this is the time where you sit back and enjoy the fruits of your success. Gone are the days when building your legacy and tucking away dollars for a rainy day were the main concern. One of the things most business owners concern themselves with, in the...
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Today, more and more people are empowered to leave their nine-to-five jobs to become their own boss. Some people are living the dream. However, others aren’t as lucky. Their fear of failure hinders them from turning their side hustle into a full-time business. Of course, entrepreneurship isn’t easy, especially at the very beginning. But with...
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What is the proposal? Liberal has led, with Labour following, with the promise of a First Home Owners Scheme to help Australians live the dream of home ownership. The First Home Owners Scheme that was presented by Liberal leader Scott Morrison will see the possibility of First Home Owners using a guarantee from the National...
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If you own or work in a business, then we have good news: The government has extended the $20,000 instant tax write-off until the 30th June 2019. How does the initiative work? The government established a $20,000 one-off tax write-off in 2015 to help small businesses. If you haven’t heard of the government’s one-off tax...
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In Australia we have a massive ageing population. Currently 15% of Australians are aged 65 or over. This number will increase to 20% by 2037. As our population ages our economy is placed under increasing pressure, as more and more Australians enter the aged care system. Currently many retirees fund their retirement care, employing their...
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The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority’s crackdown of interest-only loans has been reduced as APRA tries to encourage credit borrowing. A year ago, restrictions to keep interest-only loans to 30% of all home loans were put in place. At that time around 40% of all home loans were interest-only. However, these restrictions have now been lifted....
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One of the hottest news stories has been the Royal Commission findings submitted by Commissioner Kenneth Hayne in 1 February 2019 about misconduct in banking, superannuation and financial services. But if you’re out of the loop lately, here’s an overview: the Royal Commission submitted 76 recommendations to address the troubled financial industry. Even before the...
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Many of us will research our choices in life before coming to a decision, it is embedded in our bio-systems. Buying our dream car, we find ourselves on a Saturday going from car dealership to car dealership, test driving our lives away until we find that perfect match. So why then do we not have...
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