Who We Are

We are a privately owned financial planning practice and member of the Financial Planning Association of Australia. At Everprime Financial Planning our number one focus are our clients, we provide full comprehensive advice and tailor-made strategies to help you achieve your financial and lifestyle objectives.

Who is InterPrac

InterPrac Financial Planning (AFSL 246638), is a core business within the InterPrac Group. Endorsed by the National Tax & Accountants’ Association, InterPrac was founded in 2001 with the aim of delivering professional services to accountants. InterPrac is an Australian Financial Services Licensee (AFSL) with a growing national network of high quality financial advisers. It helps accountants and financial … Continue Reading

What kind of return is better: cash or capital growth?

You might have heard the terms ‘income return’ and ‘capital return.’ These are the two different ways to make money on an investment. Income return is the return you receive while you continue to hold an investment. In the sharemarket, the income return comes as dividends. In the property market, the income return comes as … Continue Reading

The Federal Budget 2018. What it means for you…

The Federal Budget was handed down last Tuesday, May 8, 2018. While the measures announced in the budget are yet to be passed by Parliament, we can generally assume that most of the announcements will become reality. From an individual perspective – especially if you do not grow illegal tobacco or participate in the black … Continue Reading

The best tax-free investment there is

When you sell an investment that has increased in value, you will typically be subject to capital gains tax, or CGT. That said, there are certain assets that can be sold CGT-free. The CGT-free asset par excellence is the home. The concept of the home as a CGT free investment (and as a Centrelink free … Continue Reading

Positive Gearing. What is it, how does it happen and do you want it anyway

You have probably heard the term ‘positive gearing.’ It is a similar concept to negative gearing, which is certainly in the news a lot these days. We use the term ‘gearing’ whenever debt is used to fully or partly finance an investment. If you have $90,000 of your own and borrow $10,000 to buy an … Continue Reading

Positive gearing into property

Positive gearing is the opposite of negative gearing. It is jargon for borrowing to buy an investment where the expected assessable income is more than the expected deductible interest cost (and other costs). Income is greater than expenses, and your assessable income increases accordingly. In the context of housing, if you borrow the full purchase price, … Continue Reading

Homes are the best investments for you and your kids

As financial planners, helping our clients manage their family home is one of the most enjoyable things we do. We love family homes. For a start, we love families – and families live in family homes. What’s more, enjoying your home is the easiest way to enjoy life in general. A happy home – and … Continue Reading