Karen joined Green Taylor Partners in 2003 and is a Chartered Accountant, holding a degree in Commerce (majoring in Accounting).
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Karen enjoys spending time with her Husband Brad and children Nathan & Danielle. They spend their time camping in the caravan.
Karen also enjoys spending time with friends and family, and spends time reading a wide range of books, and enjoys gardening. Karen has two dogs Odie & Scooby that they are busy chasing around and looking after their old cat Boo.
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Planning is always a good key to have for successful investing. Creating a plan will help you find investments that fit your investing time frame and risk tolerance, to help you reach your financial goals sooner. This article from Moneysmart sets out 6 steps to get ready for investing. https://moneysmart.gov.au/how-to-invest/develop-an-investing-plan
Making a plan for when your gone, or you can’t make your own decisions is a good idea to make sure your wishes are carried out. This includes preparing and keeping your will up to date, setting up in your will any testamentary trusts and completing superannuation binding nominations. It should also cover how you […] Read More
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It is that time of the year when you are considering holding a Christmas Party for your employees. It is quite common for employers to provide Christmas parties and gifts at this time of the year. The Christmas Party is considered entertainment and in some cases be subject to Fringe Benefits Tax (FBT). Generally, the […] Read More
This is not a pleasant topic to raise but one we all should consider. Have you thought about insuring your life or covering your life for unexpected events? There are a number of different insurance policies designed to protect you when disasters happen in your life. Life Insurance Life insurance can also be called death […] Read More
Are you at risk of injuring yourself with the activities in your life? Do you need to insure yourself to cover loss of income due to time off work for injury? Income Protection Insurance pays up to 85% of your pre-tax income for a period of time if you are unable to work due to […] Read More
The superannuation guarantee (SG) is set to increase from 9.5% to 10% from 1 July 2021. SG is payable on an employee’s ordinary times earnings and has been 9.5% for a number of years. The SG rate is set to increase over a number of years when in 2025/26 it will be 12%. As an […] Read More