Solving the RAD jigsaw

A challenge for us all is to find somewhere affordable to live. When our health declines and we move into the frailty period of retirement, this challenge continues but our focus and choices shift from independent living to supported living in residential aged care. Like any accommodation decision, you will usually need to pay for[…]

Managing cashflow when the home won’t sell

COVID-19 has turned everyone’s world upside down – and the implications are widespread. People moving into, or already living in, aged care are feeling the stress with implications around how to manage the former home. A move into residential aged care often leaves the former home vacant, and families with the dilemma of what to[…]

Aged Care Advice

Aged care advice – changes and the family home

Aged Care Advice Decisions around aged care are always difficult and emotional. From the start of next year they are likely to get even more complex, with both the Age Pension and aged care sectors set for another shake-up. Currently, many people entering aged care choose to keep their former home and rent it out[…]

Life moves pretty fast

Although Ferris Bueller said this in 1987, we are currently living in fast moving times. More and more, the impacts of change are ruthlessly swift. Many people we see are talking about and preparing for some form of disruption. Uber, Robo-Financial Advice, Tesla, Hello, are some of these. Disruptive elements could be technological, legislative, social,[…]