Welcome to the Hayes Girling Financial's Autumn newsletter. Our team has had a wonderful start to 2019 and are now looking forward to what's ahead for the rest of the year.
2019 Annual Count Awards
We are so proud and humbled to have taken home the 2019 Excellence in Client Engagement Award. It is a true testament to the hard work and dedication our team puts in, to ensure we deliver outstanding client outcomes. This is the fifth year in a row we've been award recipients, a record within the Count network. Well done team!
HGF along with the help of the Count Charitable Foundation were able to make some generous donations to two very worthy
Barry & Andrew had the pleasure of presenting a $12,000 cheque to the Peter McCallum Cancer Foundation for the National Centre for Infections in Cancer. They were lucky enough to meet with three members of the NCIC team, who spoke about some amazing work they are doing to try and help people suffering from infection complications after their immune systems have been compromised by cancer treatments.
We were also thrilled to be able to support the SES Knox Unit and the amazing work they do for our community by presenting a $5,000 donation on behalf of Count Charitable Foundation.
You might have noticed a few new faces around the office, at the end of last year we welcomed Callan Brooks to the Financial Planning team. Callan is a Client Support Officer, a recent graduate.
Justin Thompson and Merinda Mitchell started with the team in late February. Justin is an experienced Financial Advisor who brings a wealth of knowledge and Merinda has made a career change from the hospitality industry to Office Administration. Make sure to say hi when you get the chance.
Superannuation isn't fair for new mums. Here's what couples can do to even it up
If you're on maternity leave or a stay at home mum, it's highly likely you're not getting paid any super. With pressing demands associated with caring for your children, you may not have even thought about super, but you need to.
This article offers some practical solutions to help bridge the super gap.
Instant Asset Write Off Increased to $30,000
During the recent budget update, it was announced that the instant asset write off has been increased to $30,000. This meaning that eligible businesses can deduct the cost of new and used vehicles/equipment in this year's tax return for purchases $30,000(net) or less.
If you're looking to purchase a new vehicle or equipment before June 30th, we recommend you contact us on 03 9764 2244, we can guide you through the process and assist you with your finance application.
2019/220 Entertainment Books!
Help Barry and the Count Charitable Foundation in supporting School of St Jude Tanzania!
Looking for ways to tackle the school holidays while helping raise some much-needed funds for a great cause? The 2019/20 Entertainment Book has arrived, packed with amazing offers, including family activities, casual dining and tasty treats.
Click here and follow the prompts to purchase your copy.