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Dale A.
Dale A.
St Kilda, VIC
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There are three partners in the business, it’s a digital media business. I work in the business full time, one partner is part time and the other works a full time job but helps out every now and then. I am wanting to put a shareholders agreement together but the others are assisting on equal share each. I am finding this difficult as I’m doing 80% of the work and generating the little revenue we have and it has become a bit of a disincentive to work harder as the rewards are not commensurate with the effort and contribution. How do I handle the predicament respectfully so everyone feels it has been handled appropriately and we can maximise the opportunity? Thank you

4 months ago
J T.
J T.
Potts Point, NSW
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Hi there,

As I get older I start to think about insurance more. I wonder if it’s better to have a Life and Trauma policy with connected benefits, Trauma Plus, buy backs ETC or is it better to have comprehensive Health Insurance?
I realise I need to decided what’s best for my and all that Jazz, but as professionals in the industry what’s been your experience with things like this and if it was you, what would you opt for ?

Thanks.

4 months ago
Vaibhao J.
Vaibhao J.
Kogarah, NSW
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Hi, my wife and I are searching for the banks who offer 95% home loan. We are interested in the brand new apartment costing around $660000. We are employed by non-profit Govt organisation and our joint annual income is $147,000 (pre-tax). We have clean credit history (car loan finished, and no existing loan) with two daughters (2y and 8y old). Resident in Kogarah NSW 2217 for 6 years and got our Australian citizenship this year. If we are first time home buyer, what options do we have?

5 months ago

I am in Victoria and my baby is due end of June 2019.
Is it better to take maternity pay from work at half or full pay?
My work pays 10 weeks full or 20 weeks half pay. I have accrued 5 weeks of annual leave.
I am only planning to be on maternity leave until there is no income.
Therefore I am considering: 5 weeks annual leave (ends July), 10 weeks full work paid mat leave (ends Sept), then Govt paid leave to start in the last 2 weeks of Sept lasting until end of Jan).
This is 7 months of maternity leave, I return to work in February 2020
Does this arrangement work out better, or would half work pay at 20 weeks, in tandem with Govt Pay at 18 weeks work out better tax wise?

5 months ago
riley b.
riley b.
Bethanga, VIC
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How should I approach future investments?
i am planning my future, and i wish to go to university in the summer of 2020. if i can save up enough money in my first 2 years i am wondering whether i should invest that money into a real estate property that i will live in, or just invest into stocks and build a larger deposit to invest later in life.

the property i am interested in is a student residence, that i could mortgage for roughly $130/week and rent for $1250 month. which i could rent out while i still live with family. after uni the property would act as an investment property while i save for a larger investment property.

5 months ago
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