Roberts & Morrow is a progressive Chartered Accounting practice that embraces technology to reach clients right across Australia. We pride ourselves on providing exemplary and personalised service to our clients across all their financial matters

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How much will your child’s education cost?

Feb 21, 2017

Your child’s education is an important investment in their future. Getting it right takes careful planning, which means you need a true understanding of the costs involved. As every parent knows, a quality education is one of the most important foundations you can provide for your child. The costs of... Read more

Investment choices: Bonds

Jan 13, 2017

Investment bonds can provide you with a simple, tax-effective, long term investment. They are also known as insurance bonds, and are ‘tax-paid’ life policy investments. This means the life company pays the tax on the investment earnings, making them potentially a tax-effective way to invest. What are the advantages of... Read more

ATO Business Portal Access Options

Dec 20, 2016

The epic battle between browser and user has taken a happy turn in favour of the user. AUSkeys are used by business owners and managers to access the ATO Business Portal in order to communicate securely with the ATO. Issues have been arising from AUSkey's incompatibility with certain web browsers. To... Read more

Investment choices: Exchange Traded Fund (ETF)

Dec 8, 2016

What is an Exchange Traded Funds An Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) is an investment fund traded on stock exchanges, much like shares. An ETF can hold assets such as shares, commodities or bonds. ETFs usually track the performance of an index, giving investors access to an instantly diversified portfolio. ETFs... Read more

Is your employer paying your super?

Dec 7, 2016

A report titled "Overdue: Time for Action on Unpaid Super" has been prepared by Phil Gallagher (Former director of Treasury’s retirement income modelling taskforce) on behalf of Industry Super Australia showing that 30% of entitled employees did not receive their full superannuation contribution payments into their superannuation accounts in... Read more

Recent changes to superannuation rules

Dec 2, 2016

On Wednesday 23 November 2016 the Government’s superannuation legislation was passed by the Parliament making the superannuation changes it originally announced in the 2016 Federal Budget law. Changes in the legislation that need to be considered include; lower contribution limits, the new $1.6 million balance transfer cap, a lower income... Read more

Investment choices: Shares

Dec 2, 2016

Investing shares A shareholding is part ownership of a listed company. The shareholder receives dividends or income from their share investment and the company is able to raise valuable equity capital to fund its growth and operations. The shares can then be sold on the stock exchange and a potential... Read more

Investment choices: Managed funds

Nov 21, 2016

There are many types of investment vehicles to choose from, with managed funds one of the most popular choices in Australia. Here are some of the reasons for investing in managed funds. What is a managed fund? Managed funds pool the money of many individual investors. This money is then invested... Read more