A survey shows about a quarter of baby boomers are less keen on moving into aged care than they were before the pandemic.
One of the funniest faces anyone can pull is the one that looks like you have sucked on a lemon. About a million Australians are going to pull that face this month when they receive two letters.
Media mogul Kerry Stokes is retiring from leading Seven Group, a role he has had for 11 years.
Investors seeking growth in super were handsomely rewarded with 18 per cent-plus returns in a bumper year. SEE THE BEST-PERFORMING FUNDS.
If you were aged over 50 and wishing to retire in the next 10 years, making smart financial decisions today will ensure your retirement nest egg is robust enough to outlive you in the future.
Apparently there are a lot of people in WA who are nervous about what’s going to happen to them in their golden years. While you don’t need millions to be comfortable, it pays to plan your finances.
A survey shows older Australians want to get involved in reforming aged care, but feel there's not much room for their opinions.
Whip smart Ben Wyatt, the Aboriginal kid from Laverton, was more chilled-out entertainer than political establishment. Of course he would be a hot ticket for the private industry.
The Australian sharemarket keeps soaring to fresh record highs. What’s driving it, will it continue and what does it mean for your super?
Rebecca Le May
Labor says the tougher regulations proposed for shareholder proxy advice firms are driven by revenge politics.
Scott Morrison must not delay reforms to the aged care sector, peak organisations have warned in their formal response to the findings of a royal commission.
An investigation by West Australian police into the deaths of two aged care residents in Perth has found no evidence of criminality.
Brightwater Inglewood will include an 128-bed residential aged-care community, broken into 16-bed small houses where residents live together like an extended family.
Women, young workers and low-paid Australians have been left more vulnerable in retirement after accessing a controversial scheme.
Since the early release scheme was introduced, there have been 3.4 million initial applications and 1.4 million repeats, with a total of $35.9 billion withdrawn.
Today, the Morrison Government is releasing a 600-page review into Australia’s retirement income system. The findings will help inform policy, writes Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg.
I look forward to dying completely penniless. I don’t mean meeting the Almighty an hour after draining the last few cents from the Bankwest savings account, I mean properly broke. Hear me out.
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The changes will not only affect those in their 40s and 50s looking to upscale to flasher digs, but also those hoping to buy their first home within 30 years of retirement.
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A new $90 million aged cared facility has opened on the outskirts of Perth in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, which has seen large outbreaks in nursing homes.
Your Money expert Nick Bruining and Ben Harvey talk you through ways to protect your personal finances, retirement savings and pension in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
More than 360,000 people have already positioned themselves to pull up to $20,000 from their superannuation amid expectations up to 3 million Australians could be seeking special access.
A rabble-rousing bunch of raging retirees are refusing to go quietly, with council rangers forced to shut down a gathering at their Perth retirement village on Saturday night.
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