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    Home Loans, Money Tips, Property

    Building equity
    in your home

    Most people enter a home loan with the eventual goal to own their property outright, in other words, building equity in your home. Equity is
    Business Loans, Business Tips, Equipment Finance

    Using equipment finance can be key to business growth

    Upgrading or obtaining new equipment can be key to business growth, whether it’s increasing efficiency or expanding your offering. However it’s important to make sure
    Business Loans, Business Tips, Equipment Finance

    Keep your business equipment up to date without losing your working capital

    As a business owner, it makes sense that keeping income producing business equipment up to date is key to your efficiency and driving revenue. As
    ATO, Budgeting, Finance News

    July 1 2018; changes you’ll want to know about

    As the new financial year rolls in there are a number of policies that are set to impact many Australians. We’ve summarised some key changes
    Maximising Your Tax Return
    Business Tips, Personal Finance, Tax Deductions

    Maximising your tax return; businesses and individuals

    Although there are often many other things you would prefer to be doing than maximising your tax return, your time can literally be money if
    First Home Super Save Scheme
    Home Loans, Personal Finance, Property

    Enjoy tax concessions with the
    First Home Super Saver Scheme

    If you’re looking to purchase your first home in the near future, you’re probably looking to save the largest deposit in the smallest amount of
    Beware of rolling your car into your home loan
    Car Finance, Personal Finance

    Rolling your car finance
    into your home loan

    Low interest rates on home loans make it appealing to roll a car loan into your home loan. While rolling a car loan into a
    Home Loans, Personal Finance, Property

    Getting a home loan
    without a 20% deposit

    Lenders are generally looking for borrowers with a 20% deposit to put towards a property purchase, plus you will also need money for stamp duty