A Self Managed Super Fund (SMSF) gives you the freedom to take control of your Super. This webinar provides SMSF Trustees with guidance, the most up-to-date information, plus tips and strategies to help you reach your retirement goals.
After a topsy turvy 2021, everyone at TAG was very happy to be able to get together to say congratulations to some special team members who achieved milestones during the year.
The new year is the perfect time to review your finances and give them some attention. Here are our top 10 financial resolutions
What do you do at TAG? I’m a Client Services Officer in the Investment Advisory division. How do you prefer to start your day? Tea or Coffee Usually neither but sometimes I’ll have a Chai Tea. What was your first job? My first office job was TAG but before that I used to do netball…
In this update:
– Home loan ‘loyalty-tax’
– More properties being listed for sale
– More first home buyer support
– Australians taking out bigger loans
– Australians turning to mortgage brokers
Here are our 5 most read updates of the year:
– Can a SMSF hold Crypto-Currency?
– EOFY Action Checklist
– Non-Arm’s Length Expenditure Ruling
– 6 member SMSFs now possible
– Elderly parents’ superannuation benefits
Here are our 6 most read articles of the year:
– Motor Vehicle Deductions
– Superannuation Transfer Balance Cap
– Re-finance your SMSF loan
– Are low interest rates hurting you?
– Owning crypto-currency
– Home Office Deductions
What a year 2021 has been. Despite many sectors of the economy doing it tough, investment markets have been outstanding. Here’s our summary of what happened and what’s to come.
Several changes to superannuation have now been introduced to Parliament, members will hopefully be able to take advantage of these new measures from 1 July 2022. Here’s a summary of what to expect.
Your clients will need a Director Identification Number (Director ID) if they’re a director of a company, a registered foreign company or Australian body. Find out more here.
The silly season doesn’t have to mean silly financial mistakes. At TAG, we’ve compiled a list of the most common financial blunders we see, and some tips on how to avoid them.
In this update:
• Australia’s building boom
• Why refinancing is so popular right now
• Investor activity surges
• Property myth gets busted