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How to handle unusual assets in your SMSF

Investors often talk about running a self-managed superannuation fund (SMSF) being difficult or risky. This is probably because trustees of SMSFs are ultimately responsible for complying with all [...]

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How to ease tax time pain with automation

The end of the financial year means wrapping up 12 months of activity for clients, lodging records with the Australian Taxation Office and finalising accounts. It is a time when every client needs [...]

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Three COVID-19 Lessons for Tech Companies

The spread of COVID-19 has impacted all aspects of business, and the technology sector is no exception. While some tech businesses have shot to global prominence, others have had their fundamental [...]

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How to Prepare for the End of Financial Year in the Age of COVID-19

Although much attention is focused on the world’s battle with coronavirus, it shouldn’t be forgotten that the end of the financial year is fast approaching. Despite the pandemic affecting [...]

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How Class is supporting its people

Transitioning a business to operate in the current, topsy-turvy market conditions has required a wide range of initiatives. Through it all, ensuring the wellbeing of staff remains our top priority.

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How Class is implementing the recent super changes

The Australian Federal Government has responded to the COVID-19 pandemic by releasing three stages of stimulus, focusing on small business, those who have lost their employment, and those who were [...]

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Class is now ISO27001 certified

Given the current challenging environment we all find ourselves in and that many Australians have moved to remote working, Class would like to take a moment to update you on our latest data [...]

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Class and NowInfinity remain committed to our customers during COVID-19

 

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Simplify. Automate. Connect. - A new look for the next chapter of Class.

On Friday, 13 March 2020, Class welcomed a new brand identity. 

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Why you should see the franking credits furore as a blessing

To say that the issue of franking credits – or, more accurately, the Labor Party’s proposal to cancel cash refunds for excess dividend imputation credits – caused consternation across the investor [...]

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