In this month’s newsletter, we begin with a summary of the ‘mini-budget’ delivered by Treasurer Josh Frydenberg—an economic and fiscal update, detailing the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and both the new and existing support provided to individuals, households, and businesses. Our animation illustrates the three-bucket approach to retirement investing—one strategy to help mitigate certain retirement-related risks, and provide for your retirement lifestyle needs and wants. Flexible working arrangements, such as remote working, are becoming more common—we explore the ins and outs of work-related home office expenses. The receipt of your annual super statement can often occur in August—we provide an annual super statement review checklist to help you with staying actively engaged with, and well-informed on, your super. Lastly, there’s a motivational video by entrepreneur Tom Bilyeu, which may be timely if you have received, or are expecting to receive, a tax refund this year, and are considering how to make the most of it.
The Treasurer delivered a ‘mini-budget’ on 23 July 2020—an economic and fiscal update. In this article, we provide a summary of the update, inclusive of the main personal finance-related points.
When it comes to mitigating retirement-related risks, and providing for your retirement lifestyle, there can be several strategies employed. In this animation, we illustrate the three-bucket approach.
The receipt and review of your annual super statement can assist you to stay actively engaged with, and well-informed on, your super. In this article, we provide a review checklist to help with this.
According to recent ATO data, for the 2017-18 financial year, 8,950,205 individuals claimed $2,424 on average in work-related expenses. In this article, we discuss work-related home office expenses.