Estate Planning and Super
When it comes to estate planning, many people overlook their superannuation. This is risky, because superannuation does not necessarily form part of your estate. This means that your ‘regular’ legal Will
A bet you hope you lose
The Melbourne Cup has been run and won and we hope you had a win yourself. More likely, you didn’t. After all, it’s rare to see a poor bookie. While we
Negative gearing is one of the most common things clients ask us about. We have written about it before – but the questions are so persistent we thought we should cover
Lending Money to Family and Friends
At some stage, most of us will be asked to lend money to family or friends. Usually, we are only too happy to help. After all, what are family and friends
A Watched Pot Never Boils
If you’ve ever tried to lose weight you will know how depressing it can be to weigh yourself each day. Weight loss – especially if it’s going to be lasting –
Is There Such a Thing as a Value Added Tax?
Tax. Sorry to kick things off with a swear word. We hope you keep reading. Taxes are a necessary evil. No one likes paying them, but most people enjoy at least
Credit Cards. Are You a Transactor or a Revolver?
Credit cards. Nowadays, credit cards can be used for just about anything. And they are ridiculously convenient. Shopping for groceries? Simply tap the terminal and away you go. Ordering food or
Making a claim
Obviously, we hope that none of our clients ever make a claim on their life insurance policy. But, from time to time, claims need to be made. Here is our step-by-step