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Welcome to our final quarterly newsletter for 2021.

Not all Aged Care facilities are the same. Discover the different types of accommodation available, questions you should ask when moving a loved one into an Aged Care home, and the different fees and costs that may be associated with each.

If you own business premises and rented it out during COVID-19, you may have given your tenant a rent concession or, as a tenant - received a rent concession from your landlord. Make sure you include this information in your 2020-2021 tax return.

Find out why it's important to keep in mind what your retirement goals are when there is a lot of volatility in the share market.

2020 saw share markets take a significant dive early on, but they also rebounded remarkably well later in the year. We explore how markets have performed over the past 30 years and why diversifying your investments is important.

Did you know 'Zoom fatigue' was a thing? Working from home can mean more Zoom meetings and this could be causing Zoom fatigue. In our final article, we explore what it is and suggest ways to overcome it.

We love to hear from you, so please feel free to contact us with any questions about our articles in this newsletter on 07 3207 7157 or email

Kind regards,

Luke Marton

Moving a loved one into an aged care home

While there is a strong preference among older Australians to live at home for as long as they can manage, there may come a time when safety and health needs can no longer be met. Read full article >>

Give or receive a COVID-19 rent concession?

Do you rent your business premises? Or are you a landlord who rents out commercial property? Read full article >>

Managing the impact of volatile markets on your retirement savings

For retirees, satisfying your income needs today remains a top priority. But equally as important are your income needs for the future. Read full article >>

How patience has paid off for long-term investors

According to Vanguard's 2021 Index Chart, investors who stay the course tend to be more successful in the long run than those who try to time when to buy and sell. Read full article >>

How to beat Zoom fatigue (hint: it’s easier than you think)

According to researchers at the Stanford Virtual Human Interaction Lab, all that time you’re spending on Zoom or video calls is wearing you out at a much quicker rate than traditional face-to-face meetings.

Read full article >>