Christian Bolog - MELBOURNE, VIC 3000

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Level 6, 256 Queen Street , Melbourne , VICTORIA 3000








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McDonald Bolog is a corporate and commercial law firm with a commitment to technology and innovation. Our teams are both technologists and lawyers whose aim is to deliver low-cost legal services to our clients anywhere in Australia.

Our laws were created to protect and empower us—as individuals, families and business owners—but many people don’t get the help they need because of costly legal fees and complexity. At McDonald Bolog, we are shaking up the legal industry by making legal services affordable, simple and available to more people than ever before.

Every day we spend our time and resources making it easier for people to get the legal help they need, so they can focus on what’s really important—taking care of their families and building strong businesses.

Christian Bolog is located in the Melbourne area of VIC. There are at least 20 other listings in the 3000 postcode area.

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The 30th of January will mark the seventh anniversary of the application of the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 (Cth) and the implementation of the Personal Property Security Register (PPSR). Registrations of serial numbers and consumer property only have a duration of 7 years, as we approach the 7th anniversary of the register, registrations made in 2012 will expire automatically this year unless they are renewed.
1/15/2019 3:45:43 AM

Many individuals do not consider getting a Survey Completed of a property they are interested in buying as an important thing to undertake. Quite often the planning certificate shows a boundary that at face value appears to align to the boundary fence physically located on the property, however the reality is some times very different.
1/2/2019 11:11:58 PM

The investment choices available to SMSF are quite broad, Trustees can potentially purchase shares, high-yielding cash accounts, term deposits, income investments, real property, unlisted assets such as private companies, international markets, collectables and more. Daniel McDonald discusses options for individuals seeking to transfer assets to their SMSF.
12/21/2018 2:28:21 AM

Individuals have the right to complain if they consider that a business that is covered by the Privacy Act has not complied with the Act in handling their personal information. The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) can investigate, conciliate and, if necessary, make determinations about complaints.
12/16/2018 9:45:45 PM

In August 2018, the Full Federal Court handed down a landmark decision in Workpac Pty Ltd v Skene [2018] FCAFC 131, which signalled a great win for casual employees in Australia and a wake up for employers to reassess their casual engagement arrangements immediately.
12/14/2018 12:29:35 AM

If you don’t have a Will the intestacy provisions of the Administration and Probate Act provides that your estate will be distributed to family members according to a set formula. This could result in your partner having to sell the family home if it is over a certain value, Christian Bolog discusses why everybody needs to have a Will.
11/26/2018 12:47:20 AM

Since July 1 2018 of this year, if you have a contract with a customer, service provider, sub-contractor or another contractual counterparty who then enters into a form of external administration, you may find yourself unable to exercise certain contractual rights such as termination rights which you were previously able to do.
11/14/2018 10:42:59 PM

Set and forget approaches to employment contracts are proving costly for organisations that have failed to maintain compliance against the award and National Employment Standards.
11/7/2018 4:07:07 AM

McDonald Bolog have received a number of enquiries from individuals concerned that they were yet to receive their tax refund from the business 'Quick Tax' and 'Online Tax Refund' and that the organisation was no longer answering telephone calls or responding to emails.
11/1/2018 8:27:28 PM

Superannuation changes announced, 30 October 2018 The government proposes to amend the operation of superannuation laws as they relate to market-linked pensions and death benefits. It also announced the date of its measure to extend SuperStream to SMSF rollovers. New superannuation measures The three new measures are set out below. (1) market-linked pensions and nil debits — the government will rectify an error in the way that market-linked pensions are valued under the transfer balance cap when they are commuted or rolled over, resulting in a nil debit. This nil debit is an issue because it does not accurately reflect the individual's transfer balance cap position, and may lead to an individual breaching their cap. While the ATO has issued guidance to SMSFs on their approach to compliance on this issue, the government proposes to amend the legislation to ensure that the value of a commuted market-linked pension is correct. (2) market-linked pensions rolled over as a result of successor fund transfers — the law to maintain the treatment of market-linked pensions under the transfer balance cap where they have been rolled over as a result of a successor fund transfer will also be amended. By way of background, market-linked pensions rolled over or commenced after 1 July 2017 are currently not treated as capped defined benefit income streams under the transfer balance cap. Because of this, market-linked pensions that are rolled over as a result of a successor fund transfer could lead to individuals inadvertently breaching their transfer balance cap. The government proposes to amend the law to ensure the new market-linked pensions that commence as the result of a successor fund transfer will continue to be treated as a capped defined benefit under the transfer balance cap. (3) death benefits that include life insurance proceeds — the law will be amended to ensure that death benefits that include life insurance proceeds are not subject to tax when they are rolled over to a new superannuation fund. This is anomalous with the tax treatment of death benefits taken out of superannuation. It ensures that death benefit lump sums remain tax-free for dependants, even if rolled over within the superannuation system. Extending SuperStream to SMSF rollovers: application date Finally, the government clarified that the 2017/18 Budget measure to extend the SuperStream system to SMSF rollovers will apply to rollovers requested on or after 30 November 2019. Source: Assistant Treasurer's address to the Alliance for a Fairer Retirement System, Sydney, 30 October 2018.
10/30/2018 8:33:27 PM

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