When it comes to investment, fluctuations in prices, the availability of information and volatile economic conditions all play a part in the decisions that investors make. Behind all of this, though, is a whole suite of cognitive biases that sometimes lead to poor investment decisions. Simply put, a cognitive bias is a natural, hard-wired, systematicread more
For many, the dream of home ownership takes top spot on the list of life goals. Unfortunately, however, the cost of getting into a home of your own has often been a barrier for Australians – but now things are starting to turn around. The current economy, housing market and government incentives may be ofread more
For all the emphasis businesses place on winning new clients, many can fall into the trap of forgetting to look after their existing customers as well as they should. Retaining clients does, in fact, require more investment than you may think, as just setting and forgetting the goods or services you provide to them isread more
Since moving to WA from Victoria 10 years ago and with recommendation by a new work colleague on arrival, I was given the contact details for Jayne Turner. Jayne has done my tax returns for the past 10 years. I would like to thank her for her expertise and years of knowledge that shines throughread more
Deductions, records, mountains of paperwork, and the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) watching investment property owners like a hawk. Wouldn’t it be nice if lodging a tax return for a rental property was easy? Well – it doesn’t have to be. While there are a whole suite of considerations to be made when preparing to lodgeread more
The introduction of Single Touch Payroll (STP) by the government was designed originally to serve as a streamlined way for employers to report employee’s wage payments and superannuation contributions to the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). Originally, employers of 20 or more employees were the first to be required to report under STP, followed by thoseread more
Employee travel has long caused employers headaches when it comes to Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT) and claiming deductions. For those organisations that require employees to travel fairly regularly for things like meetings, seminars and other events, providing this travel is often a great way to ensure that your team get where they need to goread more
These days, people have loans for a whole range of things – including homes, cars, education, and much more. Servicing all of these loans at once means that many people tend to “set and forget”, thus as their individual circumstances change they can end up with loans that no longer work for them. This isread more
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