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With the End of Financial Year (EOFY) getting closer, now is the perfect time to understand what you can and can’t claim. This month we focus on work-related travel expenses.

Having multiple super accounts throughout your career can be costly by the time you retire. By consolidating your funds into one account you could not only save on fees but also boost your super when you retire.

If you have a small business or wanting to start a new one, getting finance can be difficult. Did you know that banks are not your only option? Find out more in this article.

Here we explore the economic costs of a fixed loan – what they are, how they are charged, and how you can avoid them.

Not everyone likes the idea of camping, but ‘glamping’ is becoming more and more popular. Whether it’s a romantic getaway or weekend with friends and family, BIG4 Holiday Parks have provided a state-by-state list of glamping sites within Australia.  

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Brian Katzen

Deducting travel expenses: New ATO ruling for what you can (and can’t) claim

Knowing exactly what deductions apply to travel expenses can save a heap of hassle at tax time.

Pool your super into one big account

Merging your super accounts can help you stay on top of your retirement funds.

Small business finance without the bank

While SMEs account for 97 per cent of Australian businesses, it can still be difficult to make a case to a bank when looking for finance to start a new business or invest in the growth of an existing one. The good news is that applying for commercial finance through a bank is far from the only option.



Understanding economic costs on a fixed rate loan

Learn all you need to know about a low rate fixed home loan before locking yourself in.

Glamping across Australia with BIG4

Plenty of BIG4 parks cater to this luxury camping trend, with anything from safari and bell tents to pods, Ozshacks, and even ‘glamtainers’.