Articles by Ken Raiss

Ken is director of Metropole Wealth Advisory and gives strategic expert advice to property investors, professionals and business owners. He is in a unique position to blend his skills of accounting, wealth advisory, property investing, financial planning and small business. View his articles


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Sophisticated investors understand their portfolios are the equivalent of income-producing businesses and wealth creation vehicles. What I mean is they don’t adopt a set and forget attitude, and then naively hope that it all works out in their financial favor… someday! Rather, just like business owners, they make sure they have the necessary insurances in…

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All parents want to provide for their children and hopefully create wealth to leave to them and their children, too. These days, with higher property prices, many people also want to help their children financially so they can buy their first home or property investment. However, sometimes these desires outweigh practicalities, such as tax planning…

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ASIC has released a warning – Info73, that in the event of the death, incapacity, or bankruptcy of a sole director company that: “During that period when there is no director, the company may be completely unable to operate. “With no one properly authorised to make management decisions or act for the company, it may…

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It’s a sad reality that our society seems to be more litigious than in years gone by. Thankfully, we’re not in the same parlous state like America, but there is a greater chance than before that you could become involved in legal proceedings that threaten your wealth creation efforts. While that might seem like a…

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With our property markets performing strongly, many investors start to consider how they can outperform the general market and increase the value of their properties and their wealth. Sometimes, that involves renovating to boost its value and rental yield, and other times, after they have a few renovations under their belt, it involves developing a…

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Australia is becoming a more litigious society with more people considering suing and more lawyers opting to take on their cases for no upfront fee. While the number of law suits in Australia is growing, we’re still a fair way from the situation in the USA, where people have a 33 per cent change of…

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