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10 Most FAQs on Aged Care

When you move into residential care you will be asked to contribute towards the cost of your care but the government also pays a large part of the costs for most residents. The fees may look confusing as they are divided into four categories but […]

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Aged Care and the Federal Budget

Not unexpectedly, the Federal Budget handed down this evening did not introduce major structural reform to superannuation, social security, taxation or aged care. It was a Budget focussed on getting people back into jobs and encouraging infrastructure spend. With the Royal Commission into Aged Care […]

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Aged care and the family home

Using the family home to fund aged care can be a complicated decision, with many interdependent factors to consider. Working out what to do with your family home when you’re getting ready to move into residential aged care is one of the biggest decisions you […]

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Managing cashflow when the home won’t sell

COVID-19 has turned everyone’s world upside down – and the implications are widespread. People moving into, or already living in, aged care are feeling the stress with implications around how to manage the former home. A move into residential aged care often leaves the former […]

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