2019 EOFY Tax Deductions Checklist

With the end of the 2019 financial year approaching, Individual taxpayers should now be collating information on the tax deductions to be claim in their tax return, which include: Car expenses Two methods can be used to calculate the tax deduction available for motor vehicles where it is used for business purposes: claiming 68c cents […]

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Five good reasons for seeking financial advice

Financial advice isn’t just for people with wealth. Whether you’ve set your sights on owning a home or retiring early, advice from a financial planner can help you make it happen. 1. Buying a home Managing your budget and cash flow to save for a deposit are key to getting you into your first home. […]

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Rentvesting – Millennials can still enter the property market without sacrificing their your current lifestyle

As property prices continue to rise, purchasing in a centrally-located or sought-after area is out of reach for the average working millennial. Instead, many are opting to rent rather than buy as it means not having to compromise their inner city or beachside lifestyle. But for those who are still eager to enter the market, […]

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Eight steps to improve your cash flow… and lifestyle in 2018!

Imagine feeling on top of your finances. Knowing you’re in a position to enjoy your life today, while also saving for tomorrow. A better cashflow could help. Here’s what you can start doing today to help you feel on top of your finances. Step 1. Set some goals Work out what you’d like to achieve […]

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Property Market Update – Where to buy in 2016?

By CORE Property Advisory (CORE). Property Market Update – Where to buy in 2016? CORE maintains an active footprint across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth and applies its market research for the benefit of clients looking to build stronger, more diversified and higher-performing property portfolios. Jason Isherwood, Director, CORE, comments: “After many years of lacklustre […]

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CAFSG – Quarterly Newsletter – December 2014

Welcome to CA’s Quarterly Newsletter It seems like a short time ago we were writing last year’s Christmas Newsletter and here we are again. It has been another great year for CA, made extra rewarding by the knowledge that we’ve made a positive difference in the lives of our wonderful clients. Thank you yet again […]

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CAFSG – Quarterly Newsletter – September 2014

Welcome to CA’s Quarterly Newsletter In this quarter’s newsletter we focus on important changes to deeming rules that may affect retirees eligibility to claim social security benefits. While this change applies to a specific demographic, we feel it’s important to communicate widely as we have found that many of our clients have parents or friends […]

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CAFSG – Quarterly Newsletter – June 2014

Welcome to CA’s Quarterly Newsletter Happy end of financial year! It seems to have come around very quickly but it’s not too late to take advantage of superannuation strategies to help boost your retirement savings and potentially save on tax. We would encourage you to review the ‘End of Financial Year Checklist’ in this quarter’s […]

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CAFSG – Quarterly Newsletter – March 2014

Welcome to CA’s Quarterly Newsletter We hope that 2014 is off to a great start for you.  The year has begun on a very positive note at CA – we have a new member in our growing mortgage broking area as well as a new Account Manager in our Corporate Super area. As always, we […]

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CAFSG – Quarterly Newsletter – December 2013

Welcome to CA’s Quarterly Newsletter Our last newsletter for the year – and what a year it has been!  CA’s 30th anniversary was cause for much celebration and reflection. It gives us a great sense of satisfaction to see how many of our long-term clients have reached their goals and are now in a position […]

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