Legal,Trusts, Wills & Estates

Your Estate Planning Challenges

31 Mar , 2015  

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Enduring power of attorney – who can you trust? An enduring power of attorney is an extremely powerful legal document, so it’s not only important to have one but even more important to appoint the right person(s) for the job. An enduring power of attorney allows you to appoint someone you trust to make legal […]

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Retirement,Social Security & Centrelink

What Do The New Aged Care Reforms Mean To You

11 Mar , 2015  

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The ‘Living Longer, Living Better’ aged care reforms began on 1 July 2014. It is important to note that the new rules only apply to individuals who enter residential aged care on or after 1 July 2014, as existing residents will be grandfathered under the previous rules. The major changes are summarised in the table […]

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Investing,Portfolio Management,Shares

Australian Economic Update

22 Jan , 2015  

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While the outlook for Australian economic growth has stagnated recently, the outlook for the US remains positive. The high unemployment rate continues in Europe where slow GDP growth is expected. In the UK, the outlook is more promising. Australia — the iron ore free kick has gone The recent fall in the price of iron […]

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Retirement,Superannuation

Super! Contributions cap increased in 2015

30 Dec , 2014  

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Do you want to contribute more to super? Well, now you can! For the first time in five years, for people under 50, the caps that regulate the amount you can contribute to super (on a concessionally taxed basis) has increased. That is, if you are under 50 from 1 July 2014, you can contribute […]

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