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What’s different about Hales Douglass Financial Services?

Hales Douglass Financial Services is not owned by a large bank or financial institution.  Instead, we’ve set up our own financial services licence, which means we’re directly responsible to ASIC and to our clients only. The advice we provide to our clients is purely in their best interest, as we don’t take volume rebates or [...]

Position vacant – Graduate or nearing completion / taxation

Hales Douglass is a proactive and multidisciplinary Chartered Accounting firm located in Ulladulla and Batemans Bay on the NSW South Coast. We are seeking a motivated & enthusiastic accounting graduate to join our Tax & Business Services team in Batemans Bay. You will have access to excellent ongoing training and support through the CA Program, [...]

Position vacant – Senior Admin Assistant

Hales Douglass Financial Services. Hales Douglass Financial Services is a privately owned advisory firm, with self-managed super fund ‘specialist’ accreditation, and two offices on the NSW South Coast. Our key services include retirement planning, wealth creation, insurances, superannuation and estate planning. Our Ulladulla office requires an all-round, experienced, full-time Senior Administration Assistant, preferably with financial [...]

Super pensions – new reporting rules

With the new super rules beginning on 1 July 2017, your requirement to report information about your SMSF and the pensions it pays you and other fund members may be changing. This is driven by the introduction of the new $1.6 million transfer balance cap which limits the amount of assets you can use to [...]

Government Super Guarantee reforms

The Government has announced a package of reforms to give the ATO near real-time visibility over superannuation guarantee (SG) compliance by employers. The ATO will have additional funding for a SG Taskforce to crack down on employer non-compliance. The package includes measures to: * require superannuation funds to report contributions received more frequently (at least [...]