Economic Loss Calculator using Average Weekly Earnings

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We are pleased to announce a new calculator to the Lawyers Section of Dolman Bateman. This new calculator calculates past and future economic loss using the average weekly earnings of 343 different occupations as published by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. This new tool, exclusive to … [Read more...]

Family Law Superannuation – Free Webinar

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In this month's webinar, we examine Family Law Superannuation. We will take an in-depth look at the major defined benefit schemes for the NSW and Commonwealth Governments including how they are valued and what options are available in terms of splitting the interests. We will also look at the … [Read more...]

Reverse Tax Calculator – Net To Gross

Reverse tax Calculator

We have just released our Reverse Tax Calculator which calculate net (after tax) earnings to gross (before tax) earnings. You can use tax rates from 2013 to 2002 and specify either weekly or annual net (after Tax) earnings. This calculation is used on a regular basis by Personal Injury and … [Read more...]

Pre and Post Judgment Interest Calculators Updated

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We have updated our pre and post judgment interest calculators to take account of the Reserve Bank of Australia Cash Rate as at 31 December 2012 of 3%. Pre-judgment interest is calculated at the RBA Cash Rate plus 4%. The pre-judgment interest rate changes every six months based on the RBA Cash … [Read more...]

Loss of Superannuation – Zhang v Golden Eagle International Trading Pty Ltd

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In Zhang v Golden Eagle International Trading Pty Ltd and Ors [2006] NSWCA 25, loss of superannuation was calculated at 11% of the net loss of earnings. This is effectively a short cut to calculating loss of superannuation in personal injury cases because superannuation is 9% of an employee's … [Read more...]

Actuarial Factors Calculator for Personal Injury

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The Actuarial Factors calculator is one of most popular calculators for personal injury lawyers. Mainly because it is so simple to use and provides personal injury lawyers with the exact information that they need to insert into their statement of claim, advices and to make calculations of … [Read more...]

Add Backs in Depreciation in Business Valuations

Depreciation in Business Valuation

One of the most common mistakes that people make is to add back depreciation in business valuations on the basis that it is a non-cash item. Whilst this is correct in discounted cash flow valuations, because depreciation is added back and deduction is made for expected capital … [Read more...]

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