Combating Corona – For working parents

Covid-19 has caused major disruptions for people all over the world, imposing travel bans, the minimisation of social gatherings and even more importantly introduced the idea of ‘social-distancing’ which is to become a part of our daily lives for the foreseeable future. Your employer would most likely have discussed with you a contingency plan in … Continued

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Costly mistakes entrepreneurs make

Entrepreneurs are unique. They have brilliant business ideas, often with a natural ability to think outside the box and deliver products and services that reflect their creativity. Some of the best businesses in Australia have come from entrepreneur minds such as John Illhan (Crazy Johns), Dick Smith (Dick Smith electronics, Dick Smith Foods &Australian Geographic) … Continued

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CAAA Continue to rise in the AFR Top 100 Accounting Firms

The Australian Financial Review (AFR) Top 100 Accounting Firms in Australia for 2019 list has been released revealing a significant growth in advisory services which accounted for 29% of revenue of the top firms. CAAA continues to steadily rise in the ranks, moving up from 59 to 54 this year. In line with this year’s … Continued

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Invest a fraction to gain a fortune

The Australian housing market crisis might be slowly improving but there is still little relief for younger investors who want to enter the market. These investors might be first time property buyers, or they may simply be finding it difficult to save the 20% deposit required to avoid paying hefty fees in Lenders Mortgage Insurance … Continued

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Safe Harbour for Inherited Dwellings

If you inherit a dwelling and later sell or are looking to sell it, you may be exempt from Capital Gains Tax (CGT); however, there are conditions that need to be taken into consideration. Generally, a resident individual taxpayer is exempt from capital gain tax on disposal of a dwelling that is his/her main residence.  … Continued

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