Top 10 tips for developing a business exit strategy: Business Succession and Estate Planning

30 May

Given all the hard work that building up a business takes, it can be hard to say goodbye – so it’s important to do it right.    Developing an exit strategy well in advance allows you to have control over your small business’s future while...[Read More]

Tips to grow your superannuation

11 January

Retirement is a period most people eagerly anticipate. It’s that wonderful stage of life when you can finally unwind and spend your time as you please. You can even spend retirement focusing on the businesses you’ve been planning and have put...[Read More]

Managing Finances and Lifestyle Activities Across the Four Phases of Retirement

2 November

Retirement is a complex period divided into various phases, each with its own set of financial requirements and lifestyle considerations. Understanding how to budget for each stage can help you make the most of your post-career...[Read More]

Consultations are underway for changes to superannuation

25 October

  From 1 July 2026, employers will be required to pay their employees’ super at the same time as their salary and wages. Currently, employers are only required to pay their employees’ super quarterly. These changes to payday super were...[Read More]

Labor unveils super tax tweaks on big balances

4 October

The number of Australians with super balances in the hundreds of millions has been expanding quickly as the federal government prepares to tighten tax breaks for wealthy retirees. The Labor government committed to halving tax breaks for those with...[Read More]

Farm Succession Planning: Balancing Financial and Emotional Aspects for Generational Transition

28 September

The Challenge Facing Farm Owners  The complexity of farm succession planning extends beyond mere financial transactions. For farm owners, navigating the transition of a generational asset such as a farm is both an economic and emotional endeavour....[Read More]

The importance of personalised advice in navigating ambiguous information

31 August

In an era saturated with information, the need for personalised advice tailored to an individual’s unique financial situation is paramount. Whether it’s in the business world, investment markets, or personal finance, we are bombarded with advice...[Read More]

Super guarantee contributions due by 28 July

12 July

Remember, super guarantee (SG) contributions for your eligible employees are due by 28 July. Follow Ricky’s story below to learn more about your obligations as an employer. Ricky operates a florist where he hires multiple employees to help manage...[Read More]

Tax office targets working from home deductions

15 June

The fixed rate method for calculating your deduction for working from home expenses has been revised. The revised fixed rate method is $0.67 per work hour and available from 1 July 2022. The fixed rate method has been revised to: increase the...[Read More]

Steps to Building an Emergency Fund and Why You Need One

15 June

Life is unpredictable, and financial surprises can arise when you least expect them. This is where an emergency fund comes in. This financial safety net is designed to cover unexpected expenses, like car repairs or medical bills, or provide support...[Read More]

A Night to Remember: Nu Nu’s Dinner Under the Strawberry Moon

6 June

A Night of Gastronomic Delights and Inspirational Journeys: Nu Nu's Dinner Under the Strawberry Moon The FNQLD Hospital Foundation's prestigious event, Nu Nu for Dinner Under the Strawberry Moon, provided an unforgettable experience that combined...[Read More]

End of financial year tax tips

1 June

July 1st is fast approaching, and we all know what that means. Yes, it’s tax time. Unfortunately, filing taxes can be a laborious, frustrating, time-consuming, and somewhat overwhelming process for some of us. However, for others, filing their...[Read More]

Super health check

17 May

Use this checklist to review the health of your super in 5 easy steps. Why you should review your super Your super is one of the biggest assets you’ll accumulate in your lifetime. However, many Australians think they don’t need to worry about...[Read More]

Super tax tweak to slug top 10pct, Treasury docs reveal

26 April

A 20-year-old earning an average wage – about $90,000 a year in today’s terms – is expected to be captured under federal government changes to superannuation tax concessions, but only by the time they reach their early sixties. New Treasury...[Read More]

Higher taxes to hit multimillion-dollar super balances

1 March

Superannuation balances above $3 million will be taxed at a higher rate as the Albanese government hunts for opportunities to improve the budget bottom line. The changes won’t come in for another two years and will apply to about 80,000 people in...[Read More]