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Australian Federal Budget 2021   The Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, delivered the Federal Budget for 2021 tonight (11th May). It’s good to know the update of the key tax and superannuation measures for individual tax, business tax and superannuation.  Individual tax Low Income Offsets LMITO retained for 2021-22   The low and middle income tax offset (LMITO) will […]

There’s nothing to say that extra curly and wavy hair can’t be beautiful. In fact, we know that to be true. However, some people simply don’t want to invest all the time necessary to keep unruly hair looking kept together. To that end, here we’re going to look at the steps you can take to […]

Australia taxation can be quite complicated. Very often, clients ask me: do I need to lodge a tax return at all? Their situations are different. Sometimes, it’s a pensioner who doesn’t any income other then their pension.  It could be someone who’s under 18 years old, only works part time earning a few thousands a […]

A lot of older people get lonely, and the pandemic has only increased these issues. If you have elderly parents, then your first priority was probably making sure they had enough food in and prescription medicines or worrying about the impact of Covid in care homes. Even as restrictions are eased, many older people are […]

If you are someone who struggles with confidence, you are not alone. This at the very least should make you feel a little better, but it’s not enough to truly change your perspective and find that confidence you’ve always wanted. Too many people look for this confidence in other places. They expect friends and family […]

Though it may seem like an impossibility to retire early if you are not a trust fund baby, the reality is that anybody can do it. I explored this a bit in a post about whether retiring early is possible.  There is an actual movement called FIRE (Financial Independence/Retire Early) and it is catching on […]