July 2023

Contrary to popular belief, retirement is not only about rest or relaxation. After all, your interests and objectives in life could change. The goals you have today could be very different from those you have in mind for retirement in a few years. Besides, during retirement,...

As a homeowner, you’re likely aware of the increasing costs associated with household energy consumption. This is why cutting down on energy use can mean big savings. In addition to the financial benefits, reducing electricity use can help to decrease your environmental impact by making...

When lending money, lenders often require a guarantor to provide security for the loan. Acting as a guarantor involves significant responsibilities and potential risks. This article aims to provide a comprehensive understanding of what a guarantor is and the essential factors to consider before assuming...

The pain consumers have been feeling at the checkout will be on display as official inflation figures land for the quarter. The June quarter consumer price index will form the centrepiece of the Reserve Bank’s next interest rate decision, with the board hoping for a convincingly...

Casual workers could soon have the right to become permanent employees, but business groups warn the changes threaten to devastate many small firms. Employment Minister Tony Burke has unveiled reforms to force bosses to offer casual staff who work regular hours a permanent job. Workers would not...

One of Australia’s most powerful unions wants a tax to be slapped on big businesses to pay for social and affordable housing. The CFMEU has called for a super profits tax to bankroll construction and solve the country’s housing crisis. National secretary Zach Smith will outline the...

Common reasons you may receive a tax bill and action you can take to avoid a tax bill next income year. Your tax assessment The statement we issue that explains how your tax assessment is calculated is your notice of assessment (NOA). Your NOA will show if you...

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