Unemployment Help for Seniors

21 August, 2014 Articles No comments
Unemployment Help for Seniors

Seniors who have been made redundant may discover it nearly impossible to find a new job, even though they have not yet reached retirement age. This can zap their savings, leaving them in a stress full and desperate financial situation.

Read more

Managing Your Money in Your 60s

5 August, 2014 Articles No comments
Managing Your Money in Your 60s

We’ve all got to face up to it – one day we’ll be 60 and thinking about money and retirement (unless of course we’re lucky enough to have made an early break for freedom…).

Read more

Make the Best Use of Your Tax Refund

5 August, 2014 Articles No comments
Make the Best Use of Your Tax Refund

If you are a low-income earner, it is possible that you may have paid more money in taxes than you owed on your tax return. In addition, you may be eligible for certain tax offsets to reduce you overall tax burden.

Read more

Is Downsizing Right for You?

27 July, 2014 Articles No comments
Is Downsizing Right for You?

Once many seniors reach retirement age, they find themselves stuck with a home that is too large and too hard to maintain. After all, their children have moved out of the home and now have homes of their own. At this point, many seniors consider downsizing to a smaller home that cost less and is easier, and cheaper, to manage.

Read more

Understanding the Changes to Aged Care Services

20 July, 2014 Articles No comments
Understanding the Changes to Aged Care Services

Beginning 1 July 2014, the new regulations to Age Care services in Australia have changed. These changes will directly impact nearly every senior in the country at some point. The changes were designed to help improve senior’s ability to live in their home longer, while providing greater options.

Read more