This year so far has proved a tough year for investors. Since December, the Australian All Ordinaries index is down around 11%, the US500 is down around 18%, the NASDAQ is down a whopping 33% and this is the same story across most stock indices around the world. If your portfolio is more defensive in
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Every year I post a blog about last minute superannuation contributions and there’s a reason for that – it can be a great strategy to build your wealth! For most people, it’s a way to save tax, giving you a tax deduction for investing money for yourself. Think about that for a minute – what
On the surface, rolling over your super fund seems easy. You just send off a rollover form or do it via MyGov and bada bing, bada boom – you’re done! But unfortunately, there is a bit more to it than that. You see, there can be implications, serious implications, of rolling over your fund. Worst
I have been putting off the crypto topic for some time now because it’s still relatively new and has the power to divide people more than pineapple on pizza. But crypto has now grown its total market cap to over USD$2 trillion making it hard to ignore any longer. Crypto investments are becoming increasingly accessible
If you follow the stock market you have probably heard numerous times that stock prices are currently expensive. I myself am guilty of saying this on many occasions. But what does it actually mean when someone says that stocks are expensive? Well firstly, it refers to the stock market in general. Obviously not every single
So you made an investment, it went better than you thought, and now you want to sell out and take profits but are scared of the big tax bill lurking around the corner if you do. Well luckily there some strategies you can implement to help reduce your tax liability. Now before I kick this
Listed investment companies or LICs offer a unique investment structure whereby they are a closed pool of assets. This means that when you buy into an LIC, the fund isn’t growing, you are simply buying someone else’s share of the assets. This structure can have a number of benefits over a more traditional style open-ended
Making personal deductible contributions into super is a great way to minimise your personal tax liability. The only problem is, you are restricted as to how much you can put in each financial year. However, there is a way to double your contributions in a single financial year to get a much larger tax deduction.
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