Estate Planning

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 neurone disease end-stage kidney disease dementia Palliative care also supports your family and friends. The […]

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 post-work. Australian Prudential Regulation Authority deputy chair Helen Rowell says the superannuation and wealth management industry is far […]

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 first millennials (born between 1981 and 1996) are turning 40 this year. Still, despite more than […]

Funeral insurance, the pros and cons

Moneysmart (ASIC)     Funeral insurance can cost you a lot more than the benefit your family will receive. And if you stop making repayments, you lose what you’ve already paid. How funeral insurance plans work A funeral insurance policy gives your family a lump sum payment to pay for funeral expenses when you die. […]

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