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Cost-of-Living Tax Cuts Approved

Cost-of-Living Tax Cuts Approved

The Senate has now approved the cost-of-living tax cuts proposed by the Government.  Tax Cuts Bill In a recent development, the bill to implement Labor’s revised tax cuts has successfully passed through both houses of parliament, creating a buzz...

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Recovering Your Debts

Recovering Your Debts

It is unfortunately an all too common scenario: you agree to carry out a service to someone and in return they agree to pay you; you carry out the service; you issue an invoice and then…nothing. What then? What do you do if your debt isn’t paid?...

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The Risks of ‘Getting on the Bags’

The Risks of ‘Getting on the Bags’

Its Festival Season  2024 is bringing in a raft of positive social opportunity to the Sunshine Coast. The Coast will welcome a range of concerts and festivals as well as the oncoming cooler climate making a night out look more and more enticing. If...

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Setting up a Self-Managed Super Fund

Setting up a Self-Managed Super Fund

Are you contemplating the idea of setting up a Self-Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF)? An SMSF is for the sole purpose of providing retirement benefits to its members. Many people want the flexibility to choose and manage their retirement...

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What is a Letter of Demand?

What is a Letter of Demand?

When faced with problems like unpaid invoices, contract breaches, or other disputes, it becomes necessary to take action to protect your interests. This article will explain a letter of demand, how it is used, the benefits of sending one, and possible limitations.

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LGBTQIA+ Rights and Considerations for Estate Planning

LGBTQIA+ Rights and Considerations for Estate Planning

Getting married can revoke a Will or Enduring Power of Attorney. With the legalisation of same sex marriage in Australia in 2017, this now affects all Australians who are legally married.Have you been married since 2017 or are you intending on...

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Needing to sue for defamation of your character?

Needing to sue for defamation of your character?

Have you ever had someone say something about you that has caused serious harm to your reputation? This may be defamation.What is Defamation? Defamation occurs when factually incorrect information is published to an audience. For a claim in...

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What is PAYGI?

What is PAYGI?

Did you know if you receive a tax debt over $1000, you may be required to pay this through quarterly instalments, also known as PAYGI (Pay As You Go Instalments). PAYGI (Pay As You Go Instalments) is a system that is automatically set up by the...

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