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2024
02
May

Optimising a physician’s financial affairs when transitioning into retirement

By: Mahoneys

Mahoneys’ Partner Antony Harrison recently joined Angela Jeffrey, Scott Montefiore (William Buck), Chris Mariani (Medical and General Risk Solutions) and…

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22
Apr

Individuals signing deeds electronically – in which states?

By: Sabrina Austin

During the peak of COVID, most states and territories implemented temporary legislation allowing individuals to sign documents electronically. Since the…

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26
Mar

Transitioning into private practice

By: Mahoneys

Mahoneys’ Partner Antony Harrison recently joined Angela Jeffrey, Scott Montefiore (William Buck), Chris Mariani (Medical and General Risk Solutions) and…

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16
Jan

The benefits of a testamentary trust

By: Cath Champion

What is a testamentary trust? A testamentary trust is a trust that is established under a person’s Will after they…

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2023
18
Dec

Mahoneys assist family business with estate planning

By: Mahoneys

Mahoneys recently delivered the owners of an intergenerational family business with a comprehensive estate plan. With a net worth of…

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08
Sep

Starting a Group Private Practice with Colleagues

By: Mahoneys

Mahoneys’ Partner Antony Harrison recently joined other industry experts to discuss what legal, accounting, and operational requirements need to be…

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31
Jul

Optimising a physician’s financial affairs when transitioning into retirement

By: Mahoneys

Mahoneys’ Partner Antony Harrison recently joined Angela Jeffrey, Scott Montefiore (William Buck) and Chris Mariani (Medical and General Risk Solutions),…

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07
Jun

Optimising a physician’s financial affairs

By: Mahoneys

Mahoneys Partner Antony Harrison recently joined Julie O’Reilly, Scott Montefiore (William Buck), Tracey Gardiner (TG Property Solutions) and Drewe Barrett…

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18
Apr

What to do after someone dies

By: Cath Champion

There are some practical things that need to be considered, and actioned, when someone dies. The following Queensland Government link…

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19
Mar

An enduring power of attorney (EPOA) and what it means to you

By: Cath Champion

Why have an EPOA An EPOA allows you (the Principal) to appoint person/s (the Attorney/s) to make decisions about personal…

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2022
09
Nov

Protecting the family home

By: Sabrina Austin

Purchasing the family home is one of the most significant investments most couples will make. When it comes to deciding…

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25
Oct

Interplay between asset protection and estate planning

By: Mahoneys

Mahoneys Partner Antony Harrison recently joined Paul Copeland (William Buck), Scott Montefiore (William Buck) and Chris Mariani (Medical and General…

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2021
01
Nov

Is it better to bestow gifts while you’re alive or in your Will?

By: Cath Champion

We often are asked about making gifts during your lifetime (called inter vivos gifts[1]) or whether to deal with them…

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2020
08
Apr

Non-contact estate planning during COVID-19

By: Cath Champion

In these uncertain times, more and more people are starting to think about drawing up a Will. But what does…

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2019
06
Sep

Commissioner’s discretion to extend the two year period to disregard capital gains tax in relation to the disposal of dwellings acquired from a deceased estate

By: Cath Champion

This article explores the implications of the Australian Taxation Office’s Practical Compliance Guidelines PCG 2019/5 (Guidelines) which establishes guidelines for…

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2018
13
Dec

The role of the Enduring Power of Attorney in relation to binding death benefit nominations

By: Cath Champion

This article explores the role of the enduring power of attorney to effectively make a binding death benefit nomination after…

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