In the world of cryptocurrency, blockchain and other disruptive technologies, it may seem that a new way of doing things emerges every 5 minutes. Conversations around the long-term validity of Bitcoin and the like certainly won’t be going away any time soon, so it stands to reason that Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) should be subject toread more
At long last, things finally appear to be looking up! WA is heading towards a budget surplus, the resources sector is ticking along nicely, the property market is turning its fortunes around, the national unemployment rate is falling, and consumer confidence is on track to return to (and eventually exceed) pre-COVID levels. As such, savvyread more
When it comes to an important moment in your life like selling your family home, the last thing you want is to be slugged with an unnecessary tax liability. Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is something that we’ve covered at length in a few previous articles (see here and here); but today we’ll dig a littleread more
Plenty has been said about 2020 up to this point – and with a year so difficult it’s not hard to see why. As we’ve done plenty of “taking stock” in our last few articles, for the February WA property market update we’ll put a bit more emphasis on looking ahead. As consumer confidence continuesread more
As accountants and business advisers, we help clients every day with the behind-the-scenes operations of their business. While tax, compliance, strategy, bookkeeping, and insurance are all critical components of running a business, the “look & feel” of things can often take a back seat. Business branding is an important piece of the puzzle not onlyread more
Term deposits have been a staple of many people’s wealth portfolio for a long time. However, with interest rates slashed in recent years, we are now seeing the banks (especially the “Big 4”) offering miserly interest rates of around 0.5% per annum. This is now lower than the rate of inflation, so term deposit investorsread more
As we explored in a recent article, the Government’s JobMaker Scheme aims to incentivise businesses to employ those whose work status has been impacted by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Under the scheme, businesses can claim $200 per week for eligible employees aged 16-29 years; or $100 for those aged 30-35 years. Now that payments areread more
What a year 2020 was. Last year threw more curveballs and brought forth more global issues than anyone would have expected – but how did the WA property market fare overall? Our previous pieces on the WA property market, looking at various months throughout 2020, painted a picture of uncertainty, adaptability, and perhaps most ofread more
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