The Pulse US core consumer prices lifted in line with the Fed’s 2% inflation target, vindicating June’s rate hike. Slowing credit growth and infrastructure spending is pointing to softer Chinese growth for the June quarter. Australia’s labour market continues to tighten, but employment growth and hours worked have lost momentum and wage growth is subdued. […]
Archives for July 2018
Running your own Self Managed Superannuation Fund (SMSF) can be time consuming, but it’s about to get a little easier thanks to a change announced in the May 2018 Budget.
You will have probably heard the expression ‘cashflow is king’ and there is no better time than the start of a new financial year to commit to smarter cashflow management in your business.
People often think their superannuation will be treated as part of their estate when they die and distributed according to their Will, but that’s not the case. Unless you have nominated your beneficiaries, the decision as to who receives your superannuation is in the hands of the trustees of your fund.
The Pulse Inflation continues to creep higher and is close to or at 2% in major developed markets, although core measures of inflation remain below target Despite slower-than-expected March-quarter growth in the US, there are signs of a stronger June quarter, including improved consumer spending and business investment Tariff threats between the US, China and Europe […]