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When is the best time to buy a new car?

Thursday, 16 June 2016 15:41

So you've decided to buy a new car. Whether it's for your business or for personal use, timing can be everything when it comes to automotive investment. Always keep two dates in mind: the end of the financial year, and the end of the calendar year.

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Can your first home be an investment property?

Thursday, 16 June 2016 09:53

When you've put together enough savings for a home loan, your next step is going to be deciding what kind of real estate to buy. Even though the age-old dream of living in your own home is still alive and kicking for many, a lot of savvy buyers are taking out their first ever mortgage to buy an investment property.

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How do you keep your staff happy and productive?

Thursday, 16 June 2016 09:43

If you run a small business with staff working for you, keeping them happy could be one of the biggest challenges. One survey indicated that only 24 per cent of interviewed employees considered themselves satisfied with their work life1 – hardly a fantastic result.

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Decorating ideas for your business

Thursday, 16 June 2016 09:26

Does your small business feel like it has been designed to encourage a productive work environment? One survey indicates that consideration for the design of a workspace could be beneficial for workers as it may help with productivity, introduce a sense of community and may make being at work more enjoyable1.

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The beginner's guide to property investment

Thursday, 16 June 2016 09:13

Starting off in investment can be a confusing business, but there are few basic questions that every budding property buyer needs to ask themselves before starting to look at their options in home loans. Here are two to get you started:

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New or used: What's the right car for you?

Friday, 10 June 2016 10:30

Australia is an automotive nation. Home of the Holden, friends of the Ford, territory of the Toyota: we love our vehicles, but do we know how to buy them? Check out our quick guide to buying a new car versus a used one.

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A Guide to Novated Car Leases

Friday, 10 June 2016 10:07

In Australia, a novated lease is generally a way you can purchase a car by salary sacrificing. It is an agreed arrangement between you, your employer and the financier whereby your employer then makes the lease repayments on your behalf and deducts them out of you pre-tax income1

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