Why Integrity Wealth?

We believe that financial freedom leads to:

a better life for families

a better local community

a better world


 

 


We promise that our Business, Taxation and Financial advice will see you:

save time

We give you freedom to spend more time on what is important to you.

With all your advisers in one place, you only have to tell us your story once and we will then co-ordinate everything you need. We further save you time by ensuring the very latest in technology is implemented in your business and ours.

Increase Wealth

We give you freedom to enjoy the lifestyle you deserve.

Advice from our experts will see your business and investments grow in value, while the tax and costs you pay are minimised. Our fixed pricing structure and payment options gives you certainty as all our services are priced and agreed with you in advance.

Achieve your goals

We give you the freedom to define what is important to you.

Our unique Discovery Process ensures your life and financial goals are discussed, planned and documented and then continually reviewed. This ensures your plan stays on track but also gives you the freedom to re-define your goals.

Protect what's important

We give you freedom from financial stress, no matter what the situation.

By understanding your personal circumstances we will ensure you have the cover you need to protect what is most important to you through any form of misfortune.

Leave your legacy

We will make sure your financial freedom is passed on to those most important to you.

We help you define the legacy you want to leave and then ensure it makes it to the right people at the right time and in the right way.

Explore Our Services

Business Services

Business Services

Taxation & SMSF Administration

Taxation & SMSF Administration

Finance & Lending

Finance & Lending

Superannuation

Superannuation

Investments

Investments

Insurance

Insurance

Estate & Legacy Planning

Estate & Legacy Planning

Transition Planning

Transition Planning

Aged Care

Aged Care

Kind words from Our Clients

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" I would have no hesitation in recommending the Integrity Group to anyone who is seeking professional taxation services in a friendly environment. "

Paul Shaw

" Integrity Wealth now handles two generations of our family and advises on every aspect of our financial needs including planning, investment, tax, and insurance. We look forward to many more years of going forward together. We know we’re in good hands. "

Sophie & Anthony

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Superannuation is your savings for your retirement. While the Government will be gradually increasing the super guarantee payments made by your employer on your behalf from 9.5 per cent to 12 per cent by 2025, these contributions alone may not be sufficient to support your retirement lifestyle. There are, however, strategies that can help you boost your super savings.

Salary sacrificing not only helps to boost your superannuation savings but reduces the amount of tax you pay as well.

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There have been changes to the Privacy Legislation

Effective from 22nd February 2018 amendments to Federal Privacy Act legislation will see mandatory data breach notification laws introduced to Australia for the first time.

This will be known as the Notifiable Data Breaches Scheme (NDB) and will impact all organisations covered by the Australian Privacy Act 1988.

Single Touch Payroll (STP), the direct reporting of salary and wages, PAYG withholding and superannuation contribution information to the ATO, comes into effect from 1 July 2018.

Employers with 20 or more employees at 1 April 2018 must use standard business reporting-enabled software from 1 July 2018. The head count for ‘20 employees’ includes full-time, part-time, casuals (who worked any time during March), employees based overseas, or on paid or unpaid leave. Directors and independent contractors are excluded from the count.

STP is currently voluntary for businesses with less than 20 employees although proposed reforms seek to extend the reporting system to all employers by 1 July 2019, regardless of the number of employees. .