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Borrowing to buy property in an SMSF? Find out the common mistakes people make

Borrowing to buy property in an SMSF? Find out the common mistakes people make

While borrowing to buy property in an SMSF can make complete sense, there are mistakes trustees often make that are important to be aware of. This article explains several of those common mistakes.

Want to know why borrowing in your super to buy property can make complete sense?

Want to know why borrowing in your super to buy property can make complete sense?

Want to know why borrowing in your super to buy property, can make complete sense? This article explores 5 reasons why doing so could 'supercharge' your retirement savings.

How to build value in your business

How to build value in your business

You may find it interesting that around two-thirds of business owners do not know the value of their business. It’s fascinating that many business owners will know the value of their home, but not the value of their business, which may well be their most valuable asset. And then if you don’t know what your business is worth its going to be hard to know how to increase its value!

Business Partnership Agreements

Business Partnership Agreements

A partnership agreement is like an employment agreement or pre-nup between the partners. It is a framework for how the partners agree to work together and is intended to provide confidence and clarity to all partners now and in the future, including agreement on business succession.

What is exit planning?

What is exit planning?

Have you started to ponder your retirement, picturing what life may look like after running a business? With a huge number of baby boomers reaching retirement age there is an increasing number of small to medium-sized enterprises considering future sale. It is more important than ever to start thinking about exit planning. But what does exit planning really mean — and where can you begin?

Case Study: Business Partnership Insurance

Case Study: Business Partnership Insurance

The following case study is a look at how we helped clients of ours that had not reviewed how their business had changed since last they addressed their business partnership insurance needs. It demonstrates the process we took to determining appropriate changes to their insurance setup and the outcomes of that process.