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Multiple owners increase depreciation claims

Split reports help accelerate deductions An increase in BMT Tax Depreciation Schedules for more than one owner suggests co-ownership is becoming an increasingly popular trend. Owning a property with others can provide improved purchasing power. This can be particularly useful in capital cities where it can be difficult to break into the property market. It […]

Happiness in retirement

Retirement. The golden years. The years of enjoying the rewards of your long, hard working career or working life! Planning your next road trip, spending time with grandchildren and the simper things in life. Time for YOU! We often find the hardest part of the transition into retirement is figuring out what level of retirement […]

To sell or not to sell?

An aging family member is experiencing significant health issues and needs more help than we can provide even when the load is shared between us all. What next? I meet families often who are trying to agree on the right decision. Its emotional, often political and a highly stressful time. Its often associated with a […]

Buying your first home

Buying your first home is such a significant milestone. Some key preparation can smooth the way. Most people setting a goal to purchase a home have considered their savings capacity and are building up a deposit. From our experience providing financial advice in Newcastle and the Hunter we have found that the goal needs to […]

Maroba Caring Communities Transition to Care Guide

Are you or a loved one considering moving into an aged care facility? Maroba Caring Communities Transition to Care Guide is an essential read to help provide some clarity into the transition process into aged care. It will outline some of the decisions you may need to make, step you through the application process, and give you some […]

Bsquare Business Consulting

Here at Insight we are all about innovation and improving our processes. Recently we caught up with Brendan Baily from Bsquare Business Consulting who shared what they are all about, click here to read on.

Super in your 20s. Boring? Doesn’t have to be!

Superannuation is for the oldies, right? In some ways that’s true, but even in your twenties there are good reasons to take a bit more interest in your super. The average 25-year-old has around $10,000 in super, but the decisions you make now, even with relatively small sums of money, could earn you hundreds of […]

Mad Hatters Heart Matters Event

We have many conversations with clients affected directly by Heart health, or through a close family member, either through heart attack, cardiac arrest or other arrhythmia issues in their lifetime. We meet many clients that feel lucky having survived a significant event with their heart or the heart of a family or friend that had […]