Have you managed your home buying expectations correctly?

You’re well underway with your search for a new home. Managing your expectations will avoid disappointment. You’ve got your list of requirements and the search is on. You’ve been to the internet – Domain or Realestate.com.au are a reliable reference source. You can refine your search by location, numbers of…

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Don’s Dynamite – A New Democracy

A new democracy! In the great depression last century we had President FD Roosevelt promote and implement the ‘New Deal’. A game changer for the masses. At the end of the last century we had Treasurer Peter Costello and the A New Tax System (Goods & Services Tax) Act 1999….

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Planning for the Future

In the past we’ve discussed the dangers of ‘do it yourself wills’. So, is there anything more dangerous than a do it yourself will?  Clearly YES – not planning for the future and not making a legal and valid will at all is the most dangerous omission you can make….

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4 Important Tips when Buying a Business

So, you’ve made the decision to be your own boss and buy the dream business you’ve always wanted. We know that this is an exciting time for you and your family but wait……………. let’s just consider 4 points before you sign that contract and commit to buying your dream business….

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Conveyancing: What am I actually looking to buy?

So you’re in the market to buy a home – be it a stand-alone residence or a unit. The most important step you need to take before you embark on your journey to buy your new home is to set out clear parameters of what you want to get out…

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The Dangers of DIY Conveyancing

When you sit down and really think about it, you probably buy and sell your home about every 10 to 15 years, if that. If you are a property investor then you might buy and sell houses more frequently. So when it comes to conveyancing (buying your new home or…

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Don’s Dynamite – Welcome Visitors from Down South!

Welcome visitors from down south! That well known local defender of our civil and legal rights – yes the Fraser Coast Chronicle – reported recently that the anti-corruption watchdog [The Triple C] was to investigate some of the activities of  our local Council. Ratepayers and residents can only hope that…

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Do Debt Collection Letters really work?

This is a question which lawyers are often asked. So what is the answer and is it a simple straightforward one? Lawyers are becoming increasingly aware that in small business getting paid for your work (and materials) is becoming more and more difficult. Whereas in the past, it was commonplace…

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