Finance for Property Development

Finance for Property Development

What is Development Finance? Property Development Finance (also known as “construction finance” or “development finance”) is a form of funding that assists with building multiple residential, or commercial properties.  This form of funding is available through...
Stay on top of BAS Payments

Stay on top of BAS Payments

There’s no need to delay ATO commitments because of cash flow concerns.  Our small business loans can be used for any purpose including staying on top of quarterly BAS payments. Funds to support cash flow Take control of your cash flow and keep your business moving,...
Public Transport Sundays

Public Transport Sundays

Get out and see the beautiful sites of Sydney with Unlimited Public Transport on Sundays! Using your Opal card, travel all day on Sundays on trains, buses, ferries and light rail and pay no more than: $2.60 a day for Adult $2.60 a day for Child/Youth $2.60 a day for...
Active Kids $100 Voucher

Active Kids $100 Voucher

What is it? Starting from 31 January 2018 the NSW Government will provide a $100 voucher to parents/guardians of school enrolled children. The $100 voucher can be used for registration and participation costs for sport and fitness activities. Active Kids aims to...
Find and Combine Lost Super

Find and Combine Lost Super

There is approximately $18 billion (yes, Billion) in unclaimed or ‘lost’ Superannuation in Australia. Over $5.4 billion of those funds are owed to people from NSW. Luckily, you can find any lost Super accounts and combine them online using the MyGov website. The whole...
RBA Cash Rate Announcement December 2017

RBA Cash Rate Announcement December 2017

The cash rate stands still at 1.50% in December. The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA), which has kept its benchmark cash rate unchanged at a record-low 1.50% for the past year has announced this morning that it will leave the rate on hold for yet another month....
The Easy Way to Compare Superannuation Funds

The Easy Way to Compare Superannuation Funds

There are many Australian Superannuation Funds to choose from. There are also substantial differences in the performance and fees charged by the different funds. A low performing Super Fund with high fees will erode away at your retirement savings, so it is important...
Rego Rebate for High Road Toll Users

Rego Rebate for High Road Toll Users

Today NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian, announced drivers who spend more than $25 a week (on average) over a 12 month period on road tolls will be eligible for free vehicle registration. The rego rebate will be available for all standard privately registered cars,...
Save Money on CTP Greenslip Insurance

Save Money on CTP Greenslip Insurance

The NSW government provides a quick and easy website for comparing Compulsory Third Party (CTP) ‘Green Slip’ Insurance. The website provides quotes for motor vehicles and motorcycles that are being used for personal or business use. The website also offers 6 months or...
What is a Credit Score?

What is a Credit Score?

A Credit Score is a number that summarises the information contained in your Credit Report. Some lenders use your Credit Score to decide whether they should lend you money and how much interest they should charge. There are 3 main Credit Reporting Bodies (CRBs) in...