Posts Tagged "assets"

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Santa & Mrs Claus are getting a divorce!

Christmas is an exciting time of year, one filled with love and laughter, but also quite a hectic time of year getting presents ready for family. Finishing off jobs at work can cause emotions to rise and the stress that…

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Legal aspects of Christmas gifting

The legal side to Christmas gifting: What you need to know

Christmas is that wonderful time of year when we shower our loved ones in gifts to celebrate the festive season. While it’s a joyous time for both those who are giving and receiving its important to forward think and know…

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Santa Claus - Divorce & Separation

Santa & Mrs Claus are getting a divorce! Who sees the reindeers for Christmas lunch?

Christmas is an exciting time of year, one filled with love and laughter, but also quite a hectic time of year getting presents ready for family. Finishing off jobs at work can cause emotions to rise and the stress that…

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Commercial Property Real Estate

Buying Property In Your SMSF

Australians are known to love property as an investment vehicle. Generally this has been achieved by borrowing from a bank to purchase property before paying it off over time. Since 2007 self managed superannuation funds (SMSF) have been allowed to…

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Tax Tips for June 30

Tax Time: 5 Quick tax tips

The end of the financial year is upon us and it is a good time to consider these 5 handy tax tips… 1. Superannuation Do you have any employees whom you are paying superannuation? Superannuation is not tax deductible until…

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Celebrity Estate Planning Lessons from 2014

As we come to the end of 2014 and reflect on the year that has been, it is a timely reminder that we can all learn something from tragic celebrity deaths. Let’s explore some of the Estate Planning lessons we…

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6 Tips to Avoid a Messy Divorce

Divorce and the associated financial and parenting issues can be one of the most emotionally draining and financially crippling experiences that a person can endure. Conversely the process can be handled with dignity and respect. Here are 6 tips to…

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