In conversations with clients we often hear people in their 40s and 50s being concerned about an ageing parent or grandparent and the need for those ageing family members to go into residential aged care.
With so much discussion around the performance of the economy and the effect this has on interest rates; Glenn and Nathan chat about what 'may' happen to interest rates in Australia.
As many of you would be aware, if elected into Government this year, the Labor party is proposing to remove the refund of excess franking credits from July 1, this year. This policy announcement has triggered lots of media commentary and as advisers, many clients have been asking what plans we have been considering “if this happens” and what they should do to protect their income. For the moment, the answer is not much.
This week on the Money Mentors Podcast Nathan and Glenn discuss the 2019 Federal Budget. They chat through what's in it for you, and what they think it may mean in the short and long term, particularly in light of a looming election.
The Federal Treasurer, the Hon. Josh Frydenberg MP, delivered the 2019 Federal Budget on 2 April 2019. As widely predicted, the announcement included a range of tax cuts for both individuals and businesses. The Treasurer also announced positive changes to superannuation and an affirmation of previously announced aged care measures. This summary highlights key issues of most interest to you.