Category: Aged Care

November Update
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November is here and as always it opens with the race that stops a nation. But the Melbourne Cup has been eclipsed by an even bigger race this month, and that’s the home stretch to the US Presidential election on … Continue reading

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5 Changes starting on 1 July
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Olivia was interviewing on ABC Radio on some new changes starting on 1 July 2014. Listen here – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DdFSFLP-mHw   Source: ABC Radio

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Aspire Retire Federal Budget Analysis 2014
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Aspire Retire Federal Budget Analysis 2014 May 2014: ‘Pain with a purpose’ Treasurer Joe Hockey’s maiden budget delivers some bitter medicine to all Australians in a bid to shrink the deficit. Despite the emergency rhetoric, the underlying deficit forecast was … Continue reading

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2013 Federal Budget Wrap Up from Aspire Retire
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2013 Federal Budget Wrap Up from Aspire Retire Click here Federal Budget 2013      

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Federal Budget Summary 2013
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Budget Summary 2013 Personal Income Tax Deferral of the 2015-16 tax cuts. The Government will defer tax cuts until the carbon price is projected to be above $25.40 in the Budget. This is essentially estimated to be in 2018-19.  Introduction … Continue reading

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How does the federal budget affect you?
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THE Budget has delivered better funding for school kids but little relief for families. People with disabilities and entrepreneurs are getting more funding, smokers are getting taxed more, and pensioners stand to benefit from selling their houses. Find out what … Continue reading

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Federal Budget Update & Speech
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Tonight, Wayne Swan handed down the 2013-14 Federal Budget with the expected headline that the Government is predicting an $18 billion deficit in 2013-14.  The Government predicts a return to a balanced Budget in 2015-16 and a Budget surplus in … Continue reading

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Changes to $677 Million in Unclaimed money
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Changes to the Commonwealth unclaimed money laws In December 2012, Commonwealth laws that govern unclaimed money were amended by the Treasury Legislation Amendment (Unclaimed Money and Other Measures) Act 2012.  Institutions have until 31 May 2013 to provide unclaimed money … Continue reading

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The Clean Energy Supplement has started
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The Clean Energy Supplement has started download software The clean energy supplement is an ongoing, automatic payment to help eligible households with any impact from the carbon price on everyday expenses.  This payment is a part of the Household Assistance … Continue reading

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Finance advice for carers of the elderly
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One topic people don’t like talking about more than dying is getting old and not being able to look after yourself. online essay writer However, with our population over the age of 70 likely to double to nearly four million … Continue reading

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