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Setting New Year’s Resolutions can be very exciting. It’s when your dreams and aspirations run
The significant reforms recently announced by the Andrews Government have caused quite a concern amongst agents and landlords.
The tax deadline of October 31 is approaching. For property investors, in particular, failing to
Refinancing is the process of finding a more suitable home loan product to help you achieve a particular goal.
On average, Australians have a total weekly expenditure of approximately $1,425 (that’s $190 more than six years ago).
According to the RBA, the ‘new payment platform’ (NPP) is on track to launch in late 2017.
There are many 2017/2018 Federal Budget changes that may impact you and your family.
As tax time approaches, we would like to highlight a few things. Download free tax time checklist
Regional Australia is being spoken about for a number of reasons; growth in employment and infrastructure, enhanced connectivity to CBD’s and major cities, widespread affordable property options, quality schools and recreational choices
As a first-time property buyer, it can be difficult to decide when and how to enter Australia’s competitive property market. These are two of the most accessible options:
As tax time approaches we’ve had many questions from clients about how to legitimately reduce your tax bill as an investment property owner.
In a recent statement, FBAA executive director, Peter White, released a statement questioning the motivations behind the decision of the big 4 banks, and others, to increase interest rates.
Having too many emails in your inbox is a common frustration that many of us
We’re always looking for ways to cut down spending on food, fashion, travel, and leisurely
These days, most couples live together before they get married. Australian Bureau of Statistics data
Once you have invested your hard earned dollars into your investment property you are faced
A recent report by the ACCC’s Scamwatch service has revealed that so far in 2017
More young Australians are choosing to invest in property before they buy a house to
From July 1 2017, Victorian eligible first home buyers in will no longer pay any
The ASFA’s (Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia) latest quarterly report of annual post-work budgets