Total Members: 150,725

noddies

  • Hi all,[biggrin]

    Please get inolved and informed.. A quick way could be to go see Al Gores movie ” An Inconveneint Truth”

    Hi Cazmeister ; I hope my writing has encouraged others to see this movie, it presents global warming in lay terms and a DVD has now been released and I suppose it will be available for hire shortly. Another great source of…[Read more]

  • Hi all,[biggrin]

    The way to stop or alter global warming is complex as it requires tackling on many fronts; the first step is to understand the mechanics involved. Once this is achieved further progress can be made.

    To the skeptical, the changing weather patterns are not just happening in Australia, we are not experiencing a localized one off…[Read more]

  • Hi all [biggrin]

    Why is that just because Johnny Howard starts talking about something, then all of a sudden it is a catastrophe

    It is only a catastrophe if we continue to ignore it; what is lacking is the political will to change and that can only be resolved thru public awareness and the subsequent political response that this brings about,…[Read more]

  • Hi all[biggrin]

    Apart from the recent Stern report which excludes mention of Australia, various newspapers around the world ran the story below about a report released by the CSIRO which covers our surrounding area.

    The story is reproduced below but if you google CSIRO and go to their web site, http://www.csiro.au, you will probably be as surprised as…[Read more]

  • Hi All[biggrin]

    My wife is a full time PhD scholar in the field of sustainability and has studied environmental issues for over 10 years.

    I wouldn’t call her a greenie (yet) but her findings have raised her concerns and have changed her attitudes.

    Australia (to its shame) is one of the only two developed nations in the world who have not rati…[Read more]

  • Hi All[biggrin]

    I have never read an article that is so full of mistakes and inncorrect asumptions written by a student who has never been an employee in the Financial Planning Industry.

    The first mistake he makes is in the first line of the article

    “I am working on the sixth of eight modules to obtain my Diploma of Financial Planning and Adv…[Read more]

  • Hi.[biggrin]

    When converting equity to cash to be used for investment purposes, it is better to use a split loan.

    for example,
    LOC no 1 is used for personal use and LOC no 2 is used for investments
    This keeps the accounting side separate and defined and is less confusing for your accountant and the ATO.

    Note: If you are investing in markets…[Read more]

  • Hi guys[suave]

    Thanks for your contribution, but how do they make money to operate if repayments are not obligatory.

    Greenway puts down $500,000 and they put down $500,000 without any monthly repayment expectations but with the flexibility to make some repayments and to pay off the loan sooner if they want to

    I assume they would need to…[Read more]

  • Hi all.[biggrin]

    “Can anyone recommend a good Real Estate Agent?”

    Could you specify if they are alive or dead.

    Regards
    Bryce Inglis
    AR282821

    Investment & Implimentation manager

    [email protected]

    Replies on this site are intended as general information only, as any specific investment solutions/advice must only be given in accordance…[Read more]

  • Hi Debbie[biggrin]

    Try this one

    http://www.aussiestockforums.com/forums/?

    Regards
    Bryce Inglis
    AR282821

    Investment & Implimentation manager

    [email protected]

    Replies on this site are intended as general information only, as any specific investment solutions/advice must only be given in accordance with the requirements set out in the…[Read more]

  • Hi Drollings[biggrin]

    Just another thought, an accountant relative suggested using a trust with a company as the beneficiary. The company then pays all profits into the superannuation account of a retired person(s). As a contribution?

    Or 1. with the initial establishment of the Trust and dependant on the Trust deed, the SMSF is appointed as a…[Read more]

  • Hi Time matters[biggrin]

    I would suggest that you research this area of the site as the general topic on structures has been covered many times.
    Advice on basic structure set up is quite common.

    The following is a brief overveiw of some of the considerations that can be taken ,however I encourage you to undertake further research on your own or…[Read more]

  • Hi as41[biggrin]

    Why not talk to one of the brokers who give their time and assistance to enquiries on this site.

    Regards
    Bryce Inglis
    AR282821

    Investment & Implimentation manager

    [email protected]

    Replies on this site are intended as general information only, as any specific investment solutions/advice must only be given in accordance…[Read more]

  • Hi all[biggrin]

    There is a property investors group that meets on alternate months at either Swinburne TAFE in Hawthorn or at Victoria university in Footscray.
    The Meetings are usually held on the last Wednesday of each month.
    Information on these meetings is posted at another site .The link to this…[Read more]

  • Hi All [biggrin]

    given the hypothetical situation of my wife/girlfriend seeking part of a property owned by a Trust, that I am a beneficiary of,

    Trusts are set up to automatically cover immediate family including unborn children as beneficiaries

    Leaving out tax implications for setting up trusts and focusing on asset protection

    Asset…[Read more]

  • Hi all[biggrin]

    I was flipping through a Margaret Lomas book and she says that trusts are a waste of time and do not really offer any protection.
    What do you guys think of her statements ?

    It seems a popular ‘fad’ amongst accountants currently to sell a Trust structure on the basis of providing asset protection alone. Since Accounta…[Read more]

  • Hi Splosh [biggrin]

    Actually this idea is not new and was done in the late 1900’s, and you can read about it if you borrow a book titled “The Land Boomers” from the local library as its been a while since its last print.

    My copy was inherited/ borrowed / stolen from my Mother-in-law. The name of the author is Michael Cannon and the publ…[Read more]

  • noddies replied to the topic Power of ASIC? in the forum Opinionated! 14 years, 3 months ago

    Hi all[biggrin]

    It appears that in one of my earlier posts a complaint was made that matters were unclear.

    The following is reproduced from ASIC explaining actions that were undertaken by them and show a highly complex process due to the limitations of enforcement acting as a Federal body when dealing with State related matters.

    The link to the…[Read more]

  • noddies replied to the topic Power of ASIC? in the forum No Subject 14 years, 3 months ago

    Howdy doody All,[exhappy]

    Its that pesky uninformed dude again, except now I need a wash[glum]

    Bryce ….my comments were directed at your post higher up, which you have to agree didn’t make a whole lot of sense, and not at your choice of profession.

    Sometimes I just dash stuff of the top of my head because there is nothing worse than typing a…[Read more]

  • noddies replied to the topic Power of ASIC? in the forum Opinionated! 14 years, 3 months ago

    Hi All[biggrin]

    Its that pesky uninformed dude again.

    Some of the funniest arguments were from some dude who had no facts to back his views but tried to shut me up with the line “I’m a fully licensed finacial advisor, so I know these things”…….all he knows is where his commision cheques come from.

    1. I know how to spell Financial, you…[Read more]

  • Load More

noddies

Step 1 - 0% Complete

Fill Out Your Member Profile Below

Fill in the required fields below to complete your registration.

Registration not only grants you full access to this website, but will also enable us to send you our newsletter, latest investor tips, strategies and information about events/products relevant to investors. You can opt out at any time.

Used to log in to the website and for targeting with messages. Alphanumeric characters only. No spaces allowed..

Member Login
Lost your password?
×
150,725

Register Free To Unlock Unrestricted Access To PropertyInvesting.com

×
1-Day Millionaire Mastermind Workshop - Only LIVE Training in 2019!