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How will the new super laws impact you?

We kick off our first newsletter for the year with the changes to super that will be taking effect from July this year. Please contact us on 1300 667 529; if you are affected by any of the changes or if you have any questions.

We have included some tips on how to negotiate for that perfect property at an affordable price. Also, learn how investment options work in superannuation.

We have included some books that you might like to add to your reading list this year. And, our final article reminds us why it is still so important to slip, slop, slap.

If you would like more information on any of the articles below, please contact this office on 1300 667 529 or athadani@investlinkgroup.com.au .

Regards,

Ash Thadani

Working with the new super rules

As a large majority of working and retired Australians already know, in late 2016 a raft of changes to the superannuation rules were passed as law. Most come into effect from 1 July 2017. The greatest impact will be on high-income earners and individuals with large superannuation balances.

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The perfect property at an affordable price - it’s not a myth

So you’ve found your dream home, but it’s in need of a little TLC. While others may see this as a deterrent, this is actually a great opportunity to nab the house of your dreams at a price tag that’s within your means. Here’s how to tactfully negotiate the price without ruining your chances of securing the property.

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Choosing an investment option

As part of your retirement savings plan, it is important you understand how your superannuation money is invested by your super fund.

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Your New Year reading: beyond John Grisham

A new year provides, of course, a prompt to read and think about how to improve our personal finances including our investment portfolios.

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Continue to protect the skin you’re in

Australia still has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. According to Cancer Council Australia, 2 in 3 Australians will be diagnosed with skin cancer by the age of 70 and more than 2,000 Australians die from skin cancer each year.

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