Technically Speaking, reached its first birthday milestone this month. At first it was a single website pre-occupying the author as he recovered from surgery, but in time he expanded it to three blogs, reflecting three disparate goals. The second blog, titled “This Everyday… Read More ›
Reasonable Benefit Limits on superannuation were dropped in 2007. They fairly limited excessive tax concessions to the most affluent who didn’t really need them. This change greatly increased the levels of tax concessions in superannuation. The argument that superannuation is a benefit only… Read More ›
The UK Changes http://www.citywire.co.uk/money/regulator-brings-in-tough-new-rules-for-financial-advice/a647865/full?ref=citywire-money-latest-news-list&print=true by Michelle McGagh 2nd Jan 2013, “citywire money” The Financial Services Authority (FSA) in the United Kingdom starting 31/12/12 is implementing changes recommended by the retail distribution review (RDR) in three areas: Commission payments from product providers… Read More ›
Bill Gates Retires
Retirement is not the end to work, but the start of work to an end.