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Changes to Stamp Duty (Aug 2014)

By FinanceCorp / August 17, 2014

Changes to Stamp Duty The WA State Government has proposed changes to the stamp duty threshold as well as the applicable concessional rates in the budget announced on the 8th May. The changes came in to effect on 3rd July 2014 The amendments to stamp duty are as follows: The first home buyer stamp duty…

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Changes to FHOG June 2014

By FinanceCorp / August 17, 2014

Weekly blog – 2 June 2014 State Budget Changes The big news over the past couple of weeks has been without a doubt the Federal Budget (closely followed by the wink-gate scandal from Tony). Many people may not have realised that at almost the same time, the WA State Government also released its budget for…

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Consider Bridging Finance

By FinanceCorp / August 17, 2014

CONSIDERING BRIDGING FINANCE? There are many instances when your client might find themselves in a situation where they need bridging finance. Bridging finance or a bridging loan is the name given to a loan that is intended to create a ‘bridge’ from one property to another. When to consider bridging finance Your client may need…

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Breaking out of rent cycle

By FinanceCorp / August 17, 2014

Client Want to know how you can break out of the rent cycle? It is much easier than you might imagine to break free from renting. Just say YES! Are you able to answer YES to the following questions:  Total household earnings are less than $130,000 for couples or $90,000 for singles  Been…

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Be Prepared

By FinanceCorp / August 17, 2014

Be prepared! This motto is on that has been used by the Scouts and Guides organization for years and there is a reason they have stuck with it – because it is really great advice! I meet so many people in my work that have found themselves in trouble for one reason or another. It…

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Simple tips to save money

By FinanceCorp / August 7, 2014

We here so often from people “I am so broke” or “ I never seem to have any money”. The reality of it is that they are commonly overspending or simply spending money unnecessarily. Here are some great tips to save a few dollars: 1. Hit the library and really investigate what it has to…

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