Peter Vickers, Chartered Accountant, Lindfield When retirement is on the horizon it’s quite common for people to start taking a more active interest in their savings, partly triggered by the fear that they will not have enough to maintain the lifestyle they currently enjoy. With more time on their hands as children have grown up… Read more »
Stephanie Stefanovic As we get older, our skin tends to become drier and more prone to wrinkling. Wrinkles definitely offer a certain charm, and there is nothing negative about the natural process of ageing. However, the menopausal changes that take place after age 40 can wreak havoc with our skin, causing acne breakouts and excessive… Read more »
Alex Dalland Nursing homes can be an important part of maintaining good health and getting the assistance your loved ones need in old age. But recent developments in home care mean that help can be provided without the need to move out. In-home care can provide for varying degrees of independence, and at a reasonable… Read more »
Peter Vickers, Chartered Accountant There comes a time in your life when you need to simplify your finances and organise your investments. Or maybe you have a relative that needs help either because of old age or incapacity. There are many employment opportunities around the world and people make various attachments to each other. Thus… Read more »
As most of us have heard by now, the Australian population is ageing. In 25 years we will have 6.2 million Australians aged 65 and over, and there will only be 2.5 people of traditional working age (15-64) to support every person over 65. Written by Dr Miri Forbes
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