Financial management when we lose a loved one

Financial Management When a Loved One Dies Losing a loved one is probably one of the most stressful events one will ever go through in life. It will leave you feeling distraught and devastated, so sorting out their finances is the last thing you’d be concerned about....[Read More]

Caring for Someone in an Aged Care Home

Your role as a carer does not necessarily end if the person you’re looking after moves to an aged care home. Even after moving them into a care facility, you might still spend a lot of time there, providing care and giving them company. However, even when moving into...[Read More]

Older renters being forced into aged care

Older Australian renters are being pushed prematurely into aged care due to high costs, insecurity and insufficient quality of housing, a new report has found. A national survey of 500 people aged over 50 conducted by Anglicare Australia found significant barriers to...[Read More]

What is palliative care?

What is palliative care? Palliative care is treatment, care and support for people living with a life-limiting illness. A life-limiting illness is an illness that can’t be cured and that you’re likely to die from. Life-limiting illnesses can include: cancer motor...[Read More]

Retirement nest eggs: Advice is crucial

Colin Brinsden, AAP Economics and Business Correspondent (Australian Associated Press)   The banking watchdog believes Australians should be getting better advice in managing their retirement nest eggs so people do not end up having unnecessarily frugal lives...[Read More]

Millennials and money: what does the future hold?

Money and Life (Financial Planning Association of Australia)   With the rising cost of housing, an aging population, climate change and now a pandemic falling squarely on the shoulders of Australia’s millennials, how is this generation faring financially? The...[Read More]

Plea for Australians to plan for death

Hannah Ryan (Australian Associated Press)   Australians should talk more about death and dying so they can plan for the final stage of their lives, a group of experts is warning. A lack of acceptance, communication and planning means that many Australian’s...[Read More]


  You may be reading this because your business produces and distributes a newsletter in PDF format. So you are possibly quite proud of how nice it looks when you print it out. You also may trade-off the ‘ease’ of uploading it to your website or...[Read More]

Tax Office setting up deceased estate unit

Daniel McCulloch (Australian Associated Press)   The tax office is setting up a dedicated unit to help people navigate the complex area of deceased estates. Responding to a review into death and taxes, the Australian Taxation Office acknowledged it could be a...[Read More]