Herbert Smith Freehills
For the last 5 years, general partner (GP)-led secondary transactions have been continually singled out as the transactions to watch in the secondary space.
This article looks at the trustee requirements for SMSFs and sets out a number of reasons for preferring a corporate trustee.
Colin Biggers & Paisley
Article discusses the new laws, the reason for those new laws, their impact and what you should do.
Protecting your assets from legal liabilities and claims makes a lot of sense and involves forward thinking and planning.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
Changes may have significant implications for investors seeking to take advantage of traditionally generous treaty protections.
HHG Legal Group
Articles discusses ways to mitigate risk of financial exploitation steming from a person who holds EPA misusing their power.
Part II of this blog series discusses wholesale client eligibility, individual wealth, controlled entities and SMSFs.
Part 1 of this 2-part blog series addresses inappropriate use of accountant's certificates, SMSFs and wholesale clients.
This Moore Stephens Market Update on the Australian and International economy discusses the recent market correction.
Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
This investment class could continue to grow in Australia and provide opportunities for domestic and offshore investors.
Making investment decisions based on other forecasts is not always the best approach to a long term investment strategy.
This edition includes changes to the Commonwealth Seniors Health Care Card and a proposed ban on borrowing by SMSFs.
With interest rates at record lows, this article explores the pros and cons of buying investment properties.
With 30 June almost upon us, this article is a reminder of key superannuation thresholds and contribution strategies.
This Autumn edition covers the topics of Trauma insurance and proposed changes to Superannuation pensions & Centrelink.
A downsizing strategy is superior to a reverse mortgage option as it provides greater cashflow to meet living expenses.
Reverse mortgages were introduced to allow seniors to access the equity in their homes to help fund living expenses.
The model Australian share portfolio continued to perform well over the year ending 30 June 2013, returning 27.61%,.
This winter edition covers the topics of - End of year Superannuation planning, and Superannuation benefits upon death.
The national accounts released on December 5 showed that the Australian economy grew by 0.5% in the September quarter.