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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

Online Estate Planning

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

Save time and money, by starting your Will online now. Our online tool will guide you through the key information required in order to make a start on your Will. Get peace of mind with a solicitor-drafted Will and other important documents Ensure your loved ones are provided for Have your Will prepared as quickly and easily as possible The... Read more

Edney Ryan Wealth Management Wins Firm of the Year

Written by Stephen Ryan, Director - Edney Ryan Group

I am delighted to announce that Edney Ryan Wealth Management has been named Hillross Advisory Firm of the Year for 2018. This national award recognises the firm which has demonstrated the highest standards of professionalism, operational excellence, superior client service, advice delivery and implementation. Independent client research through the Beddoes Institute was instrumental in deciding the award winner, as was a demonstrated... Read more

By Shane Oliver, Head of Investment Strategy & Chief Economist from Oliver’s Insights, AMP Capital,  04 June 2019 In Shane Oliver’s latest article he looks at the RBA cut to rates to a new record low – Why? Will it work? How low will rates go? What does it mean for investors? Key points: The RBA’s latest rate cut is aimed... Read more

Digital Wealth – Planning for Death and Incapacitation

Written by Ranu Jas, Solicitor - Edney Ryan Legal

Whether we like it or not, our lives are becoming more and more digitalised. Yet, how many of us stop and give thought to the jumble of digital wealth we leave behind after our death? Not many, it seems. A survey for the NSW Trustee and Guardian found 83 per cent of Australians have not discussed what will happen to... Read more

The Rules to Investing During Times of Uncertainty

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

In a recent edition of Oliver’s Insights, Dr Shane Oliver outlined his top tips for investing during times of uncertainty. Given the rough and tumble of today’s economic climate, we thought it was worth taking a look at these tips to see how they affect our own Wealth Management clients. 1. Use the Power of Compound Interest Consider this: One... Read more

How Your Credit Cards Affect Your Borrowing Power

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

In the last edition of our newsletter, we looked at how living expenses can affect a client’s borrowing power. This time around we’re looking at credit cards and, more importantly, the impact they have on your capacity to borrow. Why Credit Cards Affect Borrowing Power Owning a credit card can have a real effect on a person’s borrowing power. And... Read more

Changes to Single Touch Payroll

Written by Matthew Stewart, Director - Edney Ryan Chartered Accountants

In February, the Federal Government passed legislation to extend Single Touch Payroll reporting to include all small employers (those with 19 employees or less). What Is Single Touch Payroll? Single Touch Payroll (STP or One Touch Payroll) is an ATO initiative that encourages more frequent salary reporting. Through this initiative, employers will report: Payments (salaries and wages) PAYG withholdings; and... Read more

The 2019 Federal Budget and the Government’s Great Irony

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

There’s never been a budget delivered as close to a Federal Election as that presented last night by Treasurer Frydenberg. Credit where its due – the nation is forecast to return a budget surplus for the first time in more than twelve years. The government’s sound economic management has the nation back in the black (with recent help from the strengthening... Read more