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How to save money when travelling solo
Natural wonders you must see before they disappear
7 astounding things you won’t believe are covered by travel insurance
6 unhealthy foods to avoid
Does selective hearing really exist?
Eye care boot camp: back-to-basics everyday health tips
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5 of the best hairstyles to make you look younger
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Money & Banking
Meet the freegans and dumpster divers. They turn (your) trash into treasure
Will your retirement savings be enough?
Why you need to appoint a power of attorney now
7 iconic TV roles almost played by other actors
Our 10 favourite actors to play Sherlock Holmes
“Mamma Mia!” sequel confirmed
Cybercrime and scams increase by 30%
Is it time to redefine what it means to be “old”?
The fake bill scam that could already be in your inbox
Battle of wills is costly and rarely delivers
ASIC warns seniors about new trust fund scam
The Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC) is warning seniors to be on the lookout from another telephone scam related to trust funds.
The dangers of a DIY will
DIY wills are becoming increasingly popular, but care is required. The legal and financial risks to your executors and your loved ones could be major.
“Hospital parking fees have gone too far”
Golden rules for lending money to friends and family
Managing money matters of someone with dementia
Do you need a financial advisor?
Older Aussies locked out of mental health support
Recent research from COTA Australia, suggests that when it comes to giving seniors access to mental health services they need, this country has a problem.
Why you should consider a pre-paid funeral
The prospect of arranging your own funeral expenses might sound morbid, but it can save your loved ones a considerable amount of money, hassle and grief.
Why housing affordability could be the biggest issue facing seniors
How much money you should leave your children
How to make a complaint about aged care
How to protect yourself (or someone else) from elder abuse
8 ways to talk to your family about money
When families do have that difficult money talk, all parties typically feel relief. Here are some tips to broach the subject with your nearest and dearest.
Urgent calls for better aged care training
The quality of aged care has been thrown under the spotlight, with a submission to the senate questioning the training and accreditation of employees.
10 places you can go to for senior support
The different types of respite care available
6 questions to ask when choosing a retirement village
How long you should keep old paperwork
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