The Pulse The US-China trade dispute has raised fears of a prolonged game of one-upmanship that could result in long-term damage to the global economy. US Fed officials believe some of the recent weakness in inflation data may be temporary, but some have expressed concern about a cycle of low inflation expectations. Sentiment in Europe […]
Archives for June 2019
As the end of the financial year draws closer, thoughts turn to tax. No doubt you can think of more enjoyable ways to spend your time than preparing for your annual tax return. So how can you streamline the process while ensuring you take advantage of all the claims that are possible?
These days, the phenomenon of keeping up with the Joneses is more pervasive than ever. The constant bombardment of images from advertisers, as well as our friends and family via social media is making Australians feel pressured to maintain a certain lifestyle, often to the detriment of their long-term financial goals.
Tax deductions face greater scrutiny With the end of the financial year only weeks away, the ATO has announced that one of its key areas of focus this financial year-end will be rental property, although returns from taxpayers using cryptocurrency assets are also expected to come in for close attention.