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Are Australians Prepared for Retirement?

Are Australians Prepared for Retirement?

The much quoted figure, if you want to believe it, is that you need a million dollars or more to draw on once you have retired, but the amount a person “needs” to retire...

Brenton Tong

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Ask an Adviser - UK Pensions and QROPS Changes

My parents have lived in Australia for 20+years and the whole time drawing a UK pension. Is it possible to transfer it out here? What do we need to be aware of when...

Adam Faulkner

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Ask an Adviser - Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD) for...

Adviser Adam Faulkner looks at Reverse Mortgage and Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD) for Aged Care.

Retirement Planning Is A Marathon Not A Sprint

Retirement Planning Is A Marathon Not A Sprint

For those who have taken part in a marathon or other endurance sport, you’ll already know that to reach the finish line you need preparation, flexibility and...

David Nelson

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Ask an Adviser - Care Allowance and Interim Retirement

My father is in Interim Retirement home on his last legs! He has $35,000 in a Term Investment. If he has less than $46,000 in his savings acct. (which he has) he no...

Half Of Pre-retirees Risk An Uncomfortable Retirement

Half Of Pre-retirees Risk An Uncomfortable Retirement

New research indicates that more than half of pre-retiree Australians (aged over 50) are on track to fall short of the level required to have a comfortable retirement....

Ursula Boorman

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Ask an Adviser - Aged Care and Asset Splitting

We are about to place my 95 year old mother into a home. Her home is worth over $2m due to location. There are 4 siblings. Can we transfer the house into our names or...

Is Superannuation Biased Against Women?

Is Superannuation Biased Against Women?

A recent report prepared by Per Capita in conjunction with the Australian Services Union (ASU), lead to headlines about how our superannuation system is selling women...

Amanda Cassar

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Ask an Adviser - Financial Advice And The Elderly

I am currently trying to sort out most of my elderly mother’s financial dealings. She is quite badly affected by dementia. Am I able to engage a financial adviser on her...

Death Taxes: What You Should Know

Death Taxes: What You Should Know

Some would have us believe that there are no ‘death taxes’ in Australia, but there are, & they are hidden, & whilst we continue to remain complacent the ATO will continue...

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