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Narelle C.
Narelle C.
Brisbane, QLD
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My uncle lives in my grandparents house which was left 50/50 to him and my Mum when my grandparents passed - my Mum and Dads pensions are being reduced each time Centrelink review their assets as the value of the property has increased - My parents are in their late 70s and my uncle who has never moved out of home and is single has no idea of the impact to my parents. Is there any way that my parents can pass their share of the property over to us while they are alive so that they can manage ?

10 hours ago
Rene B.
Rene B.
Tanunda, SA
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Im a 40 year old struggling terrible

I have 2 children every other weekend.
I have had advice regarding my financial situation and have all said bankruptcy is my best option.
Im needing to move into my own place for the sake of my children.
If i go bankrupt, can i apply for early release on my super?
I have nothing of my own regarding house goods. Need everything?

Thankyou in advance

Rene

1 days ago
Anda M.
Anda M.
Highett, VIC
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I bought a home with my mum (50/50) in 2010, &lived there till March17 when I bought my own home. To satisfy the ATOs one primary residence rule to avoid CapitalGainsTax, I have to transfer the title to her (StateRevenueOffice says shell have to pay stamp duty on homes current value). Or when the house is sold, ill have to pay CGT, even though it's not an investment property? Is there any way my 60 y.o. widowed mum can stay there without having to sell & move, or one of us getting hit with fees?

1 days ago
SAM R.
SAM R.
Upper Coomera, QLD
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My husband had a motorbike accident & he got TPD & IPP insurance payouts out of 3 of his supers. He has 12.
Going forward we need to roll remainding supers into one account.
But need to find someone who can find us a new superannuation provider who will cover him incase of anything in the future (he is only 38) and won't wipe him because he has had previous claims?
Please help!
Thanks
Ms S Robbo

4 days ago
Karen M.
Karen M.
Travancore, VIC
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Hi,
I am over 55 and am planning on withdrawing my uk pension pot, value approx £20,000, and bringing into Australia. I would like to keep half in cash and pay the other half into my Super. The pension has grow by about £8,000 since we became residents. My question is -will I pay any extra tax other than the 15% concessional tax if I pay £10, 000 into my super as a personal contribution ? Am I correct in thinking that the £12,000 value before coming to Australia will be tax free? Thanks, Karen

6 days ago
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