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A home for every budget

Mr. Property Services was established in 2008 to offer a professional and dedicated service at reasonable rates to the ‘Buyers’ and ‘Sellers’ of manufactured homes located in Lifestyle Villages and Residential Parks in the Tweed Valley and the southern tip of the Queensland Gold Coast. Mr. Property Services’ primary goal is to provide “a home for

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Impressive inner-city vista attracts modern retirees

Brisbane’s retirement landscape is changing due to the increased demand for inner-city living by retirees looking for established infrastructure and superb facilities. To meet this demand Aveo Group has recently launched a new ve-storey residential complex at its agship Brisbane village, The Clay eld. Offering unrivalled CBD views and boasting 66 well-appointed one, two or three bedroom

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Is ‘Time In The Market’ A Myth?

The investing landscape is full of rules of thumb and little mottos like ‘it’s not timing the market, it’s time in the market’. But it’s important to distinguish what’s useful and what is just a plain myth. Ask any stockbroker when is the right time to invest in shares and the answer will likely be

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What Would You Do With $100K?

Wouldn’t it be nice… Of course, the likelihood of winning $100,000 is minute, but it’s nice to consider what you would do with it if you were so lucky. Most Australians say if they won lotto or inherited $100k they would invest in term deposits, high interest accounts, property or take a holiday, but only

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Older Australians’ Downsizing Attitude: Productivity Commission

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In late 2015, a major research report was released by the Productivity Commission on the housing decisions of older Australians, and the impact of government policies on those decisions. The report was partly informed by a survey of more than 1500 Australians aged over 60 by the Productivity Commission, gauging their attitudes on a range

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Older Australians' Downsizing Attitude: Productivity Commission

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In late 2015, a major research report was released by the Productivity Commission on the housing decisions of older Australians, and the impact of government policies on those decisions. The report was partly informed by a survey of more than 1500 Australians aged over 60 by the Productivity Commission, gauging their attitudes on a range

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5 Retirement Investment Tips

Investors have had a tough time of it recently with higher than normal share market volatility and historically low cash rates. Other factors, such as changes to the government Age Pension rules, mean many retirees may be considering whether or not their investment strategies need to change to adapt to this new environment. Add in

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Second only to your health, the family home is your greatest asset

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Annual services has been helping home owners to look after their pride and joy for over 15 years ,servicing all areas of south east Qld. Annual Services offers a unique one stop shop when it comes to keeping the family home looking in tip top condition. Annual Services offers a range of services that, done

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Take a Financial Health Check to Keep your Finances in Order

There’s a lot of focus these days on how to live a longer and healthier life, which is a great thing. Just make sure you also keep an eye on managing your money in retirement so it stays as fit and fabulous as you are, writes Miles Larbey, Senior Executive Leader, ASIC’s Financial Literacy team.

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Nine tax tips for rental property investors

Over 1.88 million people claimed more  than $41.8 billion in rental deductions in their tax return last year. Here are some excellent tips from from Mr Taxman,  Dr Adrian Raftery, a senior lecturer at Deakin University and author of 101 Ways  to Save Money on Your Tax – Legally!  2014-2015 edition. Initial repairs A common

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