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Protect yourself from the digital villains

Cryptodef, Cryptowall, Waltrix, Zeus, Matsnu. No, they are not cartoon characters, rather they are the supervillains of malware and ransomware, the tricky characters that infect digital devices.

Australia is at the forefront of digital attacks. In 2016, it was the main […]

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Closing the bank of Mum and Dad

In October 2016 The Australian published a column by social commentator and KPMG partner, Bernard Salt,  detailing the reason that he believes young people can’t get on to the property ladder – their weekly jaunt to the local hipster café […]

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A tale of two cities (and the rest)

Australia is a competitive nation. Be it on or off the sporting field, we love nothing more than breaking a world record. In June 2017 it was revealed we had achieved a big one — Australia racked up its 103rd […]

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Update | Melbourne Office Syndicate Cheltenham

Trilogy Funds is committed to acting in the best interest of all unit holders.  In December 2016 we instructed our agents, Jones Lang LaSalle & Fitzroys to commence an extensive sales and marketing program to sell the single property asset […]

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The sky is not falling: property sentiment on a high

The residential property market sentiment climbed to a nation-wide high in the first quarter of 2017. According to the NAB Residential Property Survey – Q1 2017, the overall index rose from 16+ to 31+ points, sitting at its highest since […]

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Productivity Commission proposes shakeup to default super funds

The Productivity Commission is proposing a major shakeup to the nation’s superannuation industry, recommending fundamental changes to employees’ default funds.

Superannuation: Alternative Default Models (draft version) is the Australian Government’s independent research and advisory body’s follow up to How to Assess […]

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Census preview reveals ‘average’ Australian

The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has released a preview of data from the 2016 Census of Population including some of the traits and characteristics that represented the ‘typical’ Aussie in 2016.

The ‘typical’ Australian, according to the Census, is a […]

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Setting up an SMSF: how much is enough?

A new report from the SMSF (Self-Managed Superannuation Fund) Centre of Excellence, a collaboration between SuperConcepts and The University of Adelaide, has highlighted how crucial the size of an SMSF is in relation to its overall performance.

Entitled When size matters: […]

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