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New thinking = New outcomes

It’s almost June 30, again – where there’ll be numerous articles on EOFY tips! Frankly, if you’re looking for these tips to maximise any form of tax benefits in 2018, then I can tell you that you’re 11 months too late. Why do I say this? Indulge me for a sec… “You work for 12 months and pay taxes as you go. After June 30, you book an appointment to see your Accountant, hoping - in fact - begging for him to get a sizeable refund. After which, you get ready to spend that money any which way you see fit”. I’m sure you’ll see your Accountant again in 12 months’ time. Can you see how backward thinking this is? Now, flip this thinking on its head – enter a paradigm shift. How about looking at str

What's your Amazing story?

Everyone has an amazing story! What could yours be...? Our Amazing Story... 18 months ago, we started this journey to work with young professionals to find the right balance between living for today and also creating wealth for their future financial freedom. This has been an exciting journey and we'd love for you to come on board. What's the role? - Associate Adviser (Flexible working hours) This is a part-time role with flexible working hours. As an Associate Adviser, you'll be responsible for; Managing key client relationships across our personal and business clients Assisting Senior Advisers across a range of key Advice related activities such as client interviews, review meetings, resea

Budget 2018-19 : So what?

The federal government handed down its 2018/19 federal budget. We look at some of the relevant sections of the budget and how that impacts you. Tax plan The government is proposing amendments to the existing tax rates and intends to introduce these amendments over a 3-phase process. Phase 1 - 2018-19 to 2021-22 A proposed Low and Middle-Income Tax Offset (LMITO), in addition to the Low-Income Tax Offset (LITO). An increase of the 32.5% personal income tax bracket from $87,000 to $90,000 Phase 2 – 2022-23 to 2023 -24 An increase of the top threshold for the 19% income tax bracket from $37,000 to $41,000. An extension of the upper limits on the 32.5% personal tax income bracket from $90,000 to

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