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How to get Aged Care at Home

How to get Aged Care at Home

Older people who are struggling to live at home and take care of themselves often face a dilemma. Many don’t want to move into aged care accommodation, but they recognise the gardening, cleaning, cooking or showering is impossible or becoming more difficult.

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Who inherits your super?

Who inherits your super?

There are only certain people who can inherit your super when you die. There are also two different types of nominations you can make. Here’s what you need to know before making your super beneficiary nomination.

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What Changes As A Small Biz Owner Once My Kid Turns 18

What Changes As A Small Biz Owner Once My Kid Turns 18

I’ve got some good news for you… No, I can’t promise you they’ll be safe and sound. But I can give you some pleasing financial info. While your kid is gallivanting around, we can work out how to use those kids to our benefit in your business.

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BHP Share Buy-Back: Should You Accept The Offer?

BHP Share Buy-Back: Should You Accept The Offer?

If you hold BHP shares in your own name, family trust or self managed super fund, it is likely you have received information from BHP about a buy-back and a query of whether you wish to take part.

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Should Share Investors Be Worried About A Bear Market?

Should Share Investors Be Worried About A Bear Market?

It’s understandable that the recent sharp sell-off on financial markets has left investors feeling particularly nervous. The main concern has been the US Federal Reserve’s shift in monetary policy from low rates and printing money to rising rates and the withdrawal of that printing policy.

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Cash Payments Are Holding Your Business Back

Cash Payments Are Holding Your Business Back

Are you missing out on customers because you still think “cash is King?”

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$50 Billion Wiped From ASX

$50 Billion Wiped From ASX

Australian shares plunged to their worst performance in eight months last week, wiping $50 billion from the ASX as markets sold off worldwide.

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Always Start With The End In Mind

Always Start With The End In Mind

If the business starts burning down, what's your escape plan?

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