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Lifetime Financial Group is a Financial Planning firm based in Melbourne, managing the financial needs of busy Australian investors.
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Latest News & Cases
Quarterly economic update Sept – Dec 2021 News - 14 January 2022
Following the come back of local state economies following lockdown has been met with Omicron (a new word for most of us) amidst a drop in unemployment
6 members allowed in SMSF from July 1, 2021. Beware of unintended consequences Article - 05 October 2021
You may not be aware that SMSF funds can now have up to 6 members (From 01/07/2021). Whilst this may appear to be a feasible option for extended family or business partners, Tony Zhang's article on Craig Day's technical update (Colonial First State) is interesting from an unintended consequences perspective. Greater care should be exercised around managing the fund's investment strategies and preferred outcomes for its original members.
Is the Woolworths offer reasonable for people who are retired? Article - 27 August 2021
Woolworths has announced a $2B off-market buyback. Is this something you should be considering?
Quarterly economic update April – June 2021 News - 17 July 2021
With unemployment rates decreasing, housing prices rising and the share market performing strongly, the last quarter has been very positive for the economy and investors alike. In this article, we summarise the key standouts from the April to June 2021 quarter.
Could an increase to your super contrubutions result in a pay cut? Article - 17 July 2021
Superannuation guarantee contributions increase from 9.5% to 10% from 1 July 2021. While good news for everyone's retirement benefits, there could be some employees who feel the impact via a reduction in their pay packet. We explain the changes in SG rate, salary differences, and options available to those who are affected by a reduction in their take-home pay.