15 September 2021

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The True Cost of Aged Care

The True Cost of Aged Care

The True Cost of Aged Care When it comes time to investigate residential aged care for yourself, your partner, parent or relative, the search for a facility and how to pay for it can seem daunting. The system is complex, and decisions often need to be made in the midst of a health crisis. But with multiple ways to pay for aged care, it’s possible to focus on finding the facility that best suits your loved one, rather than just the cost. Factors such as location to family and friends,...

11 August 2021

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Investing Lessons From the Pandemic

Investing Lessons From the Pandemic

When the coronavirus pandemic hit financial markets in March 2020, almost 40 per cent was wiped off the value of shares in less than a month.i Understandably, many investors hit the panic button and switched to cash or withdrew savings from superannuation. With the benefit of hindsight, some people may be regretting acting in haste. Although for others, accessing their super under the early release due to COVID measures was a difficult but necessary decision at the time. As it happened...

14 July 2021

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New COVID Support from Federal and NSW Government

New COVID Support from Federal and NSW Government

New COVID Support from Federal and NSW Government On 13 July 2021, the Federal and NSW Governments announced extra support for NSW residents impacted by the latest Sydney lockdown.  Here is a summary of the support now on offer: Federal support - Covid-19 Disaster Payment a payment of up to $600 per week (up from the previous $500) for individuals impacted by Covid lockdowns. The full $600 payment is for workers who have lost more than 20 hours of work per week.  ...

16 June 2021

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Counting Down to 30 June

Counting Down to 30 June

Counting Down to 30 June It has been a year of change like no other and that extends to tax and superannuation. As the end of the financial year approaches, now is a good time to check some new and not so new ways to reduce tax and boost your savings. So gather up any paperwork you need to prepare your personal tax return. This may include bank and superannuation statements, records related to share or property investments, receipts for charitable donations and work-related expenses. Wi...

12 May 2021

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Federal Budget Update 2021-22 - Investing in Recovery

Federal Budget Update 2021-22 - Investing in Recovery

Investing in recovery In his third and possibly last Budget before the next federal election, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg is counting on a new wave of spending to ensure Australia's economic recovery maintains its momentum. As expected, the focus is on jobs and major new spending on support for aged care, women and first-home buyers with some superannuation sweeteners for good measure. With the emphasis on spending, balancing the Budget has been put on the back burner until employme...
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The True Cost of Aged Care

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Investing Lessons From the Pandemic

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When the coronavirus pandemic hit financial markets in March 2020, almost 40 per cent w...

New COVID Support from Federal and NSW Government

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New COVID Support from Federal and NSW Government On 13 July 2021, the Federal and ...
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