Super Contribution Caps Set to Increase from 1 July 2021

For the first time since July 2017, the concessional and non-concessional super contribution caps are set to increase. For those eligible, this means they can improve their superannuation savings and have more monetary security in retirement.

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What To Look Out For In Emails – Cybercrime

Most Australians have received some form of online communication that causes concern as to the legitimacy of the communicator or source, and the risk of cybercrime.

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Are You Underinsured?

The purpose of insurance is to ensure that all that is important to us is adequately protected. However, despite copious amounts of insurance deals available, research suggests that many Australians do not have an adequate home and contents cover. For most Australians, this means that their ...

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How To Take Advantage Of Low Fixed Interest Rates

The recent events have surged a desire for security in all walks of life. The impacts of COVID-19 on our own health, our family’s health, the economy and global stability require us to think about our future and where we want to be, especially financially. With the dramatic drop in fixed rates ...

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Why Now is the Time to Get into Your First Home

Entering the property market has steadily become a greater challenge over the last decade or so. Inflation, urbanisation, population growth and a range of other factors have increased competition, leaving many young people feeling as though they may never realise their dreams of property ...

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5 Money Wise Rules to Abide by in 2021

People are always on the hunt for ways to soothe their financial pains and make their lives easier. But even if you are a big earner, your finances will always be at risk if you never consolidate them with the skills needed to effectively manage money. Developing financial management skills ...

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Small Business Digital Adaptation Program Grants Still on Offer

On the 15th of November, the Victorian Government initiated the Small Business Digital Adaptation Program. The scheme offers grants to small businesses to assist them in trialling new digital products and tools and is still currently open. With a registration deadline of 28 February 2021, there ...

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Industrial Relations Reform Leaves a Mark on Casuals

Recently proposed reforms to Australia’s industrial relations framework have incited controversy both within Parliament and across a variety of professional sectors. The omnibus bill has been slammed by the country’s peak union body, which has outspokenly criticised the legislation for reducing ...

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A Guide to Insurance for Landlords

As a Landlord, your rental premises represent not only one of your most important and valuable assets, but a crucial source of income. Like most valuable assets, rental properties need to be protected properly with a well written insurance policy. Consider the following a guide to help you ...

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Why You Can’t Ignore Business Insurance Risk

The old adage nothing worth having comes easy rings very true when it comes to business. Being a business owner is one of the more difficult but rewarding endeavours you can pursue. Responsibilities, duties, challenges and other types of business risk leave plenty to think about both during and ...

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