Quote of the Month:

“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” – C.S Lewis

A tax and superannuation plan for Australia’s future

Australia’s population is changing, our way of doing business is changing, and the opportunities and challenges we face are changing.

As we go through this economic transition, it is vital that our tax and superannuation systems are modernised to ensure that they are doing their job to drive economic growth and national prosperity.

Read More:   https://budget.gov.au/2016-17/content/glossies/tax_super/html/

Super Stream Deadline Looming

If you run a small business that has 19 or fewer employees, you have until 30 June 2016 to start using SuperStream.

With SuperStream you will only need to make one electronic transaction to cover all your employees’ super contributions. It’s easier and will save you time.

Read More: https://www.ato.gov.au/Newsroom/smallbusiness/Super/The-SuperStream-deadline-is-nearly-here!/


Staff News

Array Office Manager, Melissa, and her partner recently adopted a Border Collie Pup called Max. He is 12 weeks old and currently attending ‘puppy preschool.’

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Financial Health Check

We will review your current financial position and future goals and help you pay off your mortgage quicker, build and protect your wealth, buy investment properties and build your super for a comfortable retirement.

Financial Literacy For Women


We’ve all heard about the massive gender income gap, but this issue extends further to the financial literacy gap. Research has shown that, on average, women are less educated about their personal finances than men. In the 21st century we live in, this is just not acceptable. Fortunately, we’ve recently discovered a mentoring program, called Money Natters, aimed at women to empower them and give them the confidence to take control of their financial future.

Read More:   https://moneynatters.com.au