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Can the tax office take money from your account?

You might have seen the recent spate of media freedom advertisements as part of the Your Right to Know campaign. The prime-time advertising states that the Australian Tax Office (ATO) can take money from your account without…

Is self-managed superannuation right for you?

Self-managed superannuation funds (SMSF) are a popular choice for individuals and couples looking for greater investment choice and control.  We’ve put together a few questions you should consider before starting your own SMSF fund. What…

Investment Watch: Summer 2020

US earnings growth is beginning to rise again. This explains why the US market is looking a little bit better than was expected as we head into 2020. Estimates of market earnings are key inputs…

5 things that will make or break your Christmas

The countdown to Christmas is now on and we’re in the midst of the headlong rush to get everything done and capitalise on any remaining opportunities before the Christmas lull. Busy period or not, Christmas…

Team Q&A: Ben McDonald

This month we catch up with new Lending Representative Ben McDonald, who joined PPT Capital in September. Born and bred in Ballarat, Ben talks about life at PPT, the local housing market and what keeps…

Are you paying your staff correctly?

Woolworths is the latest company to facing a fallout from the underpayment of staff. In what is believed to be the largest remediation of its kind, Woolworths have stated that they have underpaid 5,700 salaried…

Vacant land deduction changes

Legislation that passed through Parliament last month prevents taxpayers from claiming a deduction for expenses incurred for holding vacant land. The amendments are not only retrospective but go beyond purely vacant land. Previously, if you…

Investment Watch: November

The way the Communist Party of China sees the world is in terms of historical progress outlined first in Marx and second in Lenin (see Morgans recent article “How the US China trade war caused…

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