Slow economic growth is a global theme, with few exceptions. The Australian economy is not immune to this slowdown.
The recent Federal election will have a major influence on the economy as will government spending in the future. Read why.
We’re not trying to recommend who you should vote for, but instead we believe that it is vital that our clients understand how they will be affected by the result of the Election.
Rebates for on-farm water infrastructure expenses to help primary producers in drought-affected areas available for $50 million over 3 years, starting in 2018-19 financial year.
Considering retirement and starting to plan the rest of your life? There are some important decisions you need to make. When you see your OBT financial adviser, you might be surprised to find we’re not always financial. These are some questions you might need to… Read More >>
Easy ways to improve your home You don’t need millions to give a house a new lease on life – little things can make a big difference. Investing in improving the principal in your home is very tax-effective and also has advantages when it comes… Read More >>
The team at OBT are here to help you make smart financial decisions now so you can have a bright financial future. One way we do that is through careful tax planning! If you haven’t met with us yet, now is the time to contact… Read More >>
Would you like to learn the secrets to tax planning? Click here to have a brief look at how you can reduce your tax or read on. Let’s assume that you run a business in a company and you’ve made $100,000 profit and you’re going… Read More >>
Investing in an Australian real estate investment trust (AREIT) is supposed to be boring. The aim is to receive stable distributions that turn up like clockwork, with low share price volatility to match the predictable returns. Over the past two years the sector has delivered… Read More >>
Concerns over the overheated east coast property market began to ease as 2015 drew to a close, and macro prudential policy moves made by the banking regulator through the year continuing to take effect. The auction clearance rate in Sydney tumbled from 76.30 per cent… Read More >>