None of us like to consider our own mortality. For our older loved ones, it’s an even more confronting topic, and certainly a difficult one to discuss. Let me share with you a story that was told to me by someone I met at a recent function, about their father “Lindsay” who had recently passed
Superannuation laws are being changed in a way that might affect SMSFs heavily. We run through the basics of the law changes and how you can plan for them.
Self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) must have trustees in control of their finances. We usually recommend going the corporate trustee route.
Looking to transition yourself or a family member into aged care, but can't get your head around the costs? Check out our short guide to the most common issues.
At some stage in life, many people will have to decide on a power of attorney. But what is one, how long does it last and what else might you need to know?
Don't leave your future to chance A Power of Attorney will ensure your future is in good hands Why would I need a Power of Attorney? A power of attorney is a legal document that allows you to give another person the legal right to make decisions for you in the event that you lose