Should I hold life insurance inside my self-managed super fund? When it comes to life insurance, Australians are notoriously under insured. That is, we don’t hold sufficient life insurance to provide for the financial well-being of ourselves and our family in the event of death, diagnosis of a terminal illness, permanent, or temporary disablement. However, … Continue reading “Should I hold life insurance inside my SMSF?”
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Over the years we’ve fielded many questions about property. While we try our best to answer with all questions in relation to the legal process of conveyancing, we get a lot of questions sometimes about things like price, location, and whether the property’s a good investment. Unfortunately we can’t tell you whether your purpose will […]
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Will you be taxed for selling solar-panel generated electricity back to the grid? More and more homeowners are installing solar panel systems in their homes. In some cases, the solar panel system may produce more electricity than they consume. If this is the case, the homeowner can often “sell” the excess electricity back to their […]