When It Comes to Your Superannuation, Should You Self Manage?

20 October 2017
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Are you the type of person who likes to be in control all the time? If so, you may not be happy with your current financial situation and want to take more control over its future. If you're in this situation, you should think about setting up a self-managed superannuation fund, so you can plan well for your retirement. However, this is not quite as straightforward as it may seem, so what do you need to be thinking about before you go ahead? Read More …

A Tax Accountant Can Help You Get a Larger Refund

18 October 2017
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A common misconception around taxes is that regular pay-as-you-earn workers can claim very little tax deductions. This perception often drives many tax-paying Australians away from seeking the services of a tax accountant. In fact, many people often view tax accountant services as only necessary for large corporations that have to file complex tax returns. It is important to realize that a tax accountant can help you significantly increase the size of your tax refund. Read More …

Why You Need to Get an Accountant for Your New Business from the First Day

12 October 2017
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If you have had enough of the 9 to 5, you may have decided to set up in business on your own. You have a fairly good idea of what's involved and understand that you need to oversee everything in the early days, at least until you are established. Once you've got money coming in and are handling the expenses, you can bring in other people to help you, but there's one task that you really should consider outsourcing from day one, for a variety of different reasons. Read More …

How to Appeal Your Property Tax Bill and Win

27 September 2017
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No matter where you live, your property tax bill can take a big bite out of your annual income. In many parts of the country, property tax bills can easily stretch into the high four digits and even into five digits. With that much money on the line, property owners have a vested interest in keeping their assessments as low as possible. If you have been hit with a big increase in assessed value, or if you have a nagging feeling that your current assessment is too high, you do not have to take it lying down. Read More …