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Posted by Neville Hughes on 11.10.2019

Government Co-Contribution to Super

It may not be as generous as it once was, but the numbers still add up for the Government co-contribution – which is effectively a free hit for your super if you earn less than $53,564 p.a.

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Topics: Superannuation, Personal Financial Planning

Posted by Neville Hughes on 11.10.2019

What Do Customers Really Want From Your Business

If one of your customers is at an industry lunch talking with other business owners, will your customer say anything about your business? Will it be positive or negative, or will they say nothing at all? They might be comparing your business with similar businesses that people are talking about too.

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Topics: Business Improvement, Business Planning

Posted by Neville Hughes on 11.10.2019

Planning ahead for the "Sandwich Generation"

Are you taking care of elderly parents? Do you still have adult children living at home? Do the words ‘meat’ and ‘sandwich’ strike any chords with you? You could be a member of the “Sandwich Generation” without realising it!

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Topics: Wealth creation, Risk Management

Posted by Neville Hughes on 11.10.2019

Management Buyout: What is it and does it suit your business?

Business owners (especially those who are operationally involved) try to ensure managers’ goals are aligned with their own. If they are aligned, the prospects for the business are much more attractive because everyone is pulling in the same direction. Ideally, everyone should have ‘skin in the game’ so that livelihoods are tied to the success of the business.

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Topics: Retirement Planning

Posted by Neville Hughes on 13.09.2019

Staying the course versus timing the market.

- As the old saying goes, time in the market is generally superior to timing the market. Yet, investors tend to have a bad habit of buying winners too late and dumping losers too soon.

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Topics: Investment, Personal Financial Planning, Wealth creation

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