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Boyce's City2Surf Fundraising for the Royal Far West Children's Hospital

14 June 2019

We are once again fielding a team for the City2Surf challenge in Sydney on 11 August 2019.

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Boyce's City2Surf Fundraising for the Royal Far West Children's Hospital

14 June 2019

We are once again fielding a team for the City2Surf challenge in Sydney on 11 August 2019.

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2019/20 Federal Budget - What does it mean for you?

5 April 2019

Last night we witnessed Bill Shorten releasing Labor’s 2019 Budget in reply speech. Today we compare the measures within the Liberal Governments budget and Labor’s response to decipher what it means for our clients. 

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2019/20 Boyce Budget Summary

3 April 2019

On Tuesday 2nd April, the Federal Treasurer, the Hon Josh Frydenberg, handed down the Coalition Government’s national budget for the 2019-20 Financial Year. In the budget the Treasurer announced a return to a budget surplus, with a surplus of $7.1 billion for 2019-20.

The clear focus was to bring the budget back to surplus without increasing taxes. There is no significant taxation reform announced in this budget, but there are a number of mostly minor tweaks to the current system.

There is a theme in this budget to provide for future growth without burdening future Australians to fund these measures while still delivering tax relief.

This is a budget preceding an election, so there are a number of measures within this budget that are designed to improve the Morrison Government’s standing with voters.

 

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PPSR registrations due to expire

20 February 2019

The Personal Property Securities Register (PPSR) was established seven years ago by the Australian Financial Security Authority and is a national online register that allows security interests in personal property (such as cars and equipment) to be registered. On 30 January 2019, the PPSR will be seven years old and as such many registrations may now have expired, or be approaching their expiry date. If you have interests registered and haven’t checked the expiry date, we encourage you to log into the PPSR and request a free 'registrations due to expire report'.

What is the PPSR

For those of you unfamiliar with the PPSR, it is a central registry where:

  • You can register a claim over property that you have leased, financed or sold under invoice or consignment terms to protect your interest in the property;
  • You can check if an item of personal property has a claim over it. For example, you can check to make sure there isn’t a claim over a 2nd hand car you may wish to purchase which for a small fee is a worthwhile exercise to do.

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