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By Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist from Oliver’s Insights, AMP Capital, 7th November 2019 Key points: There is no denying concerns about global debt, seemingly never ending QE, more debt trading on negative interest rates, inequality and geopolitical threats. However, some of these concerns are exaggerated andthere are five reasons why I am not so fussed... Read more

By Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist from Oliver’s Insights, AMP Capital, 17th September 2019 Key points Oil prices have risen over the last few days reflecting drone attacks that impact 6% of world oil supply. The choke point for global growth from higher oil prices is normally a doubling in prices. We are a long way... Read more

Low Fixed Rate Mortgages – Not Always What They Seem

Written by Tricia Williams, Manager - Edney Ryan Mortgage and Finance

The record low interest rates we currently have in Australia has put borrowers squarely in the box seat when it comes to choosing a home loan. There are some highly competitive loans available as lenders eagerly battle for new business. However, it is important buyers are aware of the hidden dangers that may come with some of the cheaper home... Read more

Advance Directives – Helping Your Wishes Count When You Can No Longer Make Healthcare Decisions

Written by Andrew O'Donnell, Director - Edney Ryan Legal

If you were seriously ill or injured and unable to communicate your wishes, who would make decisions about your care or treatment? Would they even know what you want? Advance Directives are a good way to help your loved ones and doctors make health care decisions based on your individual values and beliefs, when you are no longer able to.... Read more

Changes to Single Touch Payroll Now in Effect

Written by Evelyn Christian, Director - Edney Ryan Chartered Accountants

Mandatory Single Touch Payroll (STP) reporting for all Australian business owners commenced from July 1 of this year. While STP reporting for businesses with 20 or more employees has been in effect for over a year, from July 1st businesses that employ 19 or less employees also need to report via STP. While the way employees are paid won’t change,... Read more

Australians are set to lose a record amount to scams in 2019, with projections from losses reported to Scamwatch and other government agencies expected to exceed $532 million by the end of the year. It is important to be vigilant both in our personal lives, and in business. For Businesses – We have adopted the following measures and processes within... Read more

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What’s New With Super – An Update on Recent Changes

Written by Kate O'Brien, Managing Director - Edney Ryan Wealth Management

The new financial year has heralded some big changes to superannuation legislation. New laws include several measures designed to better protect your retirement savings, so they aren’t eroded by fees and insurance premiums. They also include some significant opportunities for those in early retirement. To help you better understand what this means for your retirement savings, we’ve outlined some of... Read more

Evelyn Christian Appointed Director

Written by Stephen Ryan, Managing Director - Edney Ryan Chartered Accountants

I am delighted to announce the appointment of Evelyn Christian to Director, Edney Ryan Chartered Accountants. This important appointment for our business and our clients is a result of Evelyn’s considerable expertise, demonstrated commitment to client service and dedication to the growth of our business. With more than 15 years at Edney Ryan, Evelyn contributes a wealth of knowledge and... Read more

By Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist from Oliver’s Insights, AMP Capital, 27 March 2018 Key points Australian growth is likely to be weak over the next year or so and this will prompt further monetary easing and fiscal stimulus. However, several positives suggest recession is unlikely: the current account deficit has collapsed; the $A helps stabilise... Read more