Maximising tax savings: Top 10 End of Financial Year tips and the value of professional advice

23 May

The end of the financial year (EOFY) is a critical period for individuals and businesses alike. Proper planning and organisation can lead to significant tax savings and ensure compliance with tax laws.    Here are ten essential EOFY tax tips and...[Read More]

Separation and divorce are fairly simple legal processes

23 May

No matter how sincere and pure people’s intentions are when they utter their marriage vows and say ‘I do’, there comes a time in some marriages when the relationship irretrievably breaks down. In such cases, separation is usually inevitable...[Read More]

Some ideas to future-proof your family finances

23 May

If there’s anything people learned from the recessions and global crises of recent past, it’s that no one is immune to economic upheavals.   Even middle to upper-class families are at the mercy of their finances when misfortune strikes. This...[Read More]

How helping others can also benefit you

23 May

It’s common knowledge that showing kindness or compassion is good. However, are you aware that being helpful also benefits your mental health?   In this post, we’ll examine some key advantages of showing kindness to others.   1. It improves...[Read More]

Making an effort to live an eco-conscious lifestyle

23 May

Adopting an eco-conscious lifestyle has far-reaching implications for not only reducing your individual carbon emissions but also preserving valuable natural assets and contributing to a more liveable planet. Each of us, in our daily activities, has...[Read More]

Tips for getting ready for a holiday overseas?

23 May

If you plan to embark on overseas travel, then it’s crucial to be prepared.   For sure, the thought of holidaying overseas is exciting. However, aside from mastering what to pack for a holiday abroad, make sure you follow these tips to ensure you...[Read More]

Consumer spending the wildcard in rate hike uncertainty

23 May

Australian consumers have been saving rather than spending and a change in behaviour could complicate matters for the Reserve Bank, keeping interest rates higher for longer. The minutes from the central bank’s May meeting confirmed a rate hike was...[Read More]

Oliver’s insights – The next move in the RBA cash rate likely remains down later this year

23 May

Key points – While the near-term risks for the RBA cash rate are probably on the upside, the most likely scenario is that the RBA holds rates ahead of rate cuts starting later this year. – The March quarter US and Australian inflation scare is...[Read More]

PM backs budget despite lukewarm polling response

22 May

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has defended cost-of-living relief measures despite the federal budget failing to spark a major boost in the polls. The $300 rebate for household energy bills proved popular, with 72 per cent of people supporting the...[Read More]

Science and energy agencies unpack the price of nuclear

22 May

ENERGY PRODUCTION COSTS * Using nuclear power to generate Australia’s energy needs would be twice as expensive as relying on renewable sources, the CSIRO and Australian Energy Market Operator have found. * Building a single large-scale nuclear...[Read More]

‘No one is immune’: scammers targeting property buyers

22 May

Property buyers are being swindled out of hundreds of thousands of dollars as scammers target the email accounts of financial service businesses. Scammers are hacking the cybersecurity systems of conveyancing professionals and tricking potential...[Read More]

AI race being lost in climate of fear, inquiry told

22 May

Australian companies and workers are missing out on vital benefits from artificial intelligence, an inquiry has heard, as talk about its risks fuel a climate of fear. The Australian Information Industry Association made the claims at a Senate...[Read More]

Green iron to go ahead under future industries push

22 May

A factory for making green iron in central Queensland will push ahead, helped along by federal government tax incentives for renewable hydrogen. Iron ore will be mined about 70 kilometres west of Gladstone and then transported to the new facility,...[Read More]

Use these 3 tips to maintain a good credit score

16 May

Your credit score is a numerical indicator lenders use to determine how risk-free you are as a borrower. It is based on the details in your credit report, such as your borrowing history and whether you have made timely payments.   People with low...[Read More]

Top 10 Essentials for Lifelong Health and Wellness

16 May

Creating a sustainable approach to health and well-being involves habits and practices that enhance physical, mental, and emotional health over the long term.    Here’s a top 10 list to help maintain ongoing health and well-being:   Balanced...[Read More]