It might seem simple to park your savings in a retail or industry superannuation fund if you are an employee or to invest in property as your nest egg if you are a business owner but are you making the most out of your retirement assets?
Keeping ahead of the technology curve is one of the greatest challenges for businesses, big and small – particularly in this age of cyber security threats and rapid app development.
Starting an innovative small-to-medium business (SME) might start with a Eureka moment and an innovative idea but the real key to success lies in getting the most from your investment.
To do this successfully, take a look at these four key ingredients.
When Hood Sweeney opened its doors in Hindley St in 1976 as a one-man operation with one major client the Income Tax Assessment Act was a single volume, there was no superannuation and tax returns were produced annually by hand.
Many people are unwittingly paying more than they should for their home loan, simply because they don’t regularly scan the market.
A new bug masquerading as an energy bill designed to hold your computer system to ransom is doing the rounds of Australian businesses, providing a timely reminder to ensure your system is protected.
Hood Sweeney’s Financial Planning Team explains the importance of having an expert to devise your personal strategy.
What would happen to your household and savings if the stay-at-home parent/carer was sick or disabled?