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Articles Tagged: novated leasing in Australia explained

  1. Aug 10 2020

    Top 10 Knock-Offs of Popular Novated Leases

    Knock-off Range Rover Evoque

    With well over one billion citizens, China is the
    world’s largest market for new cars. There are plenty of well-known Chinese car
    manufacturers available in Australia including MG, Haval and Great Wall. What
    isn’t as well known is China’s quirky car culture, and the tendency for some
    brands to take creative license with other popular car designs.

  2. Jul 24 2020

    How to Unlock Your Novated Lease With Your Phone

    Apple has recently announced their new “CarKey” feature
    promised to revolutionise driving coming with iOS14. This feature allows you to
    use your phone or watch to unlock, lock and start your car, as long as it’s
    compatible with the software.

    The smart key can be found in the wallet app on you Apple device.

  3. Jul 21 2020

    Remunerator Contactless Car Delivery Helps You Buy Your New Car Safely

    Remote car delivery

    New-car showrooms and service centres are still open!

    Contactless services are becoming the new norm. Many new car
    buyers are questioning how this translates to their purchase and what dealers
    are doing to ensure the safest possible car buying experience.

    Remunerator have worked with their Partner Dealers to enable
    you buy your car from the safety of your own home.

  4. Jul 15 2020

    Introducing Remunerator Webinars

    We’re proud to announce the launch of our exciting new webinar platform. Through this platform, we aim to provide our clients and customers informative and engaging content about leasing, salary packaging and employee benefits, filmed straight from the ‘Remunerator Garage’.

    As our novated leasing and salary packaging experts are
    currently unable to complete on-site visits to our clients,

  5. Jun 26 2020

    10 Innovative Novated Lease Technologies That Are a Reality

    Car development and technology have come a long way since the Ford Model T. Have a look at some of the crazy innovative car technologies that are a reality today!

  6. Jun 19 2020

    How to Stick to Your Novated Lease Fuel Budget

    Petrol pricing is unpredictable at best, causing planning for and sticking to your novated leases fuel budgets not as simple as you believe.

    October 2018 saw a significant spike in the standard unleaded petrol price, from around $1.20 to $1.67, translating to an extra $24 per fill for a mid-size SUV or SUV with 60-litre tank.

  7. Jun 19 2020

    The 3 Most Effective Novated Lease Safety Features

    The 3 most effective car safety features

    If you’re looking for a new car, there are three safety features that are an absolute must to include.

    Some car
    safety technologies including adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency
    braking and lane departure warning, can lead to a significant reduction in car
    crash insurance claims.

  8. May 20 2020

    EOFY Really is The Best Time to Buy a New Car

    New cars in dealership

    The time of car brands bombarding our TV screens is approaching promoting their unmissable deals and prices never to be seen again.

    EOFY isn’t just a
    marketing myth, but really is the best time to buy your new car!

    Incentives are placed
    on customers to buy and move stock rather than dealers –

  9. May 20 2020

    Why You Need a Dash Cam in Your Novated Lease

    Dash cam in a car

    The small gadget is finding its way onto more and more windscreens. Insurance company Allianz has found that around one in five Aussie drivers are recording their daily drives with insurance claims being the main reason behind them doing so.

    Dash cams have been available to motorists for many years now and have not only proved to be useful in assisting insurance claims,

  10. Apr 24 2020

    Salary Packaging for Not-For-Profit Employers During COVID-19

    As part of Remunerator’s Salary Packaging Program, employees
    are able to salary package meal entertainment expenses up to a maximum capped
    amount of $2,650 per FBT year in addition to the general expense threshold.

    However, with restaurants and public venues currently
    closed, many employees are left wondering how to spend their meal entertainment
    cap during the FBT year ending 31 March 2021.