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  • EiffelTower The Eiffel Tower
    The Eiffel Tower was purpose built and designed in 1889. Created by Gustave Eiffel who, with a small and dedicated team, created and delivered the ultimate in unique and innovative design.
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    The specifications for the construction of Big Ben's massive clock were exacting to say the least. However after almost seven years Edmund Becket Denison created what was considered "unattainable", a clock that could keep time to within one second per day.
  • LeaningTowerofPisa The Leaning Tower of Pisa
    Without intervention, the Leaning Tower of Pisa would have fallen over. It just goes to show that its never too late to take remedial action.
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    When the bridge was completed in 1894 it was hailed as the most sophisticated "see saw" ever created. The vision and skill of the engineers and construction team was many decades ahead of its time.
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    The Pyramids were built by the Egyptian Pharaoh Khufu who began planning the structure many years before his death. The result has stood for over 4500 years.
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    The Arc d'Triomphe was designed in 1806 to be an enduring landmark in Paris. Two hundred years later it is one of the focal points of the city and serves to remind all of Napoleon's victories and the armies that fought in them.

Superannuation

Everyone understands the importance of superannuation and the value of accumulating as much over your working life as possible, especially since the government is providing many tax advantages for increasing your super contributions. But it’s more than just contributing money from your pre-tax salary and other sources. The right solution for you could be about a Self Managed Superannuation Fund investing via instalment warrants that provide positively geared exposure to the Australian equities market.

The right solution could be about commencing a Transition to Retirement Allocated Pension (TRAP) at age 55 - not because you need the income or that you want to retire, but because this puts your accumulated superannuation savings into a nil tax environment (i.e. pension phase), with the excess pension income being tax effectively salaried sacrificed back into superannuation or applied to an appropriate geared-growth strategy.

The benefits of a well thought through strategy in regards to superannuation alone may be worth a very significant amount of money to you when you retire. Trying to pick your own way through the maze of constantly changing rules and regulations may well not be time well spent for you. For us, it is what we do best.

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