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Currently, there are two tax offsets for low and middle income earners, which could see you pay less in tax, and you might be eligible for both. Paying tax is something most of us are familiar with, but probably something very few of us are excited about. For many low and middle income earners however,...
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If, like Ben Paul, you’ve recently started a new business, you’ll be hungry for sales. But have you created a practical sales and marketing strategy to help get the ball rolling? If you’re in the process of starting a business, or still in the planning phase, there’s plenty to do beyond writing a business plan....
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Key points: If you have been allocated a Home Care Package, the Government will subsidy the cost of home care services for you The rates are usually adjusted in March and September with the age pension You cannot receive Government funding for any home care services that are provided by a private organisation No matter...
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When you start a job, you can usually either choose a super fund or let your employer choose for you. Understanding the basics can help you work out what kind of account you get and whether it's right for you. If you want to choose your own — or change your account — there are...
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As a new wave of investors enter the Australian share market, new trends begin to emerge. ASX recently published its annual investor study which this year surveyed over 5,000 investors on their investment preferences and priorities. The study provides a fascinating insight into the evolution of our investment markets and how investor behaviour is changing...
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Transferring a super benefit from one fund to another requires the rollover of the required amount from a member’s accumulation or pension account to the new fund. Generally, if a pension is fully rolled over between funds, it is required to come to a stop with the amount being added to the member’s accumulation account...
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How much tax you pay on retirement income depends on your age and the type of income stream. For most people, an income stream from superannuation will be tax-free from age 60. How super income streams are taxed Types of super income streams Income from super can be an: account-based pension — a series of...
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Before you can step onto the property ladder and buy your first home, you’ll likely have to do some serious saving to build up a deposit. Here are some things to consider that can help get you started, and on the road to home ownership sooner. Work out your current situation It might sound obvious,...
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Life insurance can help protect you and your loved ones financially if something unexpected happens. What life insurance covers Different life insurance products are designed to protect you from different events that can occur: life cover — pays a lump sum when you die total and permanent disability (TPD) insurance — pays a lump sum...
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Salary sacrificing, which is also called salary packaging, allows an employee to forgo some of their future entitlement to salary and wages in return for a benefit of a similar value, such as superannuation contributions, a car or other expenses. From 1 January 2020, the law was amended to stop employers from offsetting an employee’s...
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