Yearly Archives: 2019

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Is the tide TURNING on the property market?

For the first time in years, the planets seem to be aligning for homebuyers and property investors. Interest rates are falling, property prices largely appear to be stabilising and constraints on bank mortgage lending have been relaxed. In July, home values recorded zero growth nationally, with signs the housing conditions are stabilising. Most tellingly, prices [...]

By | August 6, 2019|

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By | August 1, 2019|

Making the most of the falling interest rates….

The Reserve Bank’s decision to cut official interest rates is good news for anyone with a mortgage or hoping to buy their first home, but presents a challenge for savers. Whatever your personal situation, the question now is how to make the most of falling rates.   In case you missed it, on June 4 [...]

By | July 4, 2019|

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By | July 2, 2019|

How much Super is enough?

Most of us dream of the day we can stop working and start ticking off our bucket list. Whether you dream of cruising Alaska, watching the sun rise over Uluru, improving your golf handicap or spending time with the grandkids, superannuation is likely to be a major source of your retirement income. The question is, [...]

By | May 27, 2019|

Winter Newsletter 2019

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By | May 24, 2019|

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By | May 2, 2019|

Federal Budget 2019-20 Analysis

As expected, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg signalled sweeping tax cuts and major infrastructure spending if the Coalition wins the upcoming federal election, widely expected to be held in May. This largesse is made possible as the Budget heads towards surplus for the first time in 12 years. The following is a summary of the major measures [...]

By | April 8, 2019|

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By | April 5, 2019|

Autumn Newsletter 2019

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By | March 6, 2019|