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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Early this month the High Court delivered it’s judgment in the Google and ACCC appeal. I’ve previously written about this in a previous blog post and have been following this matter for some time now as it is a subject matter that interests me. The High Court has now unanimously reversed the decision made by […]