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Government measures to assist first-home buyers are likely to fuel the property boom.

Goodies for everyone, but there’s a sting in the tail

New super rules will increase the number of people who can qualify for a housing loan and turbocharge their loan size. That’s not good news with property prices already booming.

  • by Noel Whittaker

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The benefits of taking up new share offerings

Noel Whittaker
Noel Whittaker

New share issues made by companies raising additional capital are usually sold at a discount of 5 per cent to 25 per cent below the average recent share price.

How to balance a share portfolio with super in retirement

George Cochrane

A superannuation “recontribution strategy” can be a viable option if you have unspent cash reserves in retirement.

Insurance bonds a viable inheritance investment option

Noel Whittaker
Noel Whittaker

Because the earnings accrue within the fund, there is no assessable income to declare on any individual tax return each year.

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