In this video Tracey Spicer talks to Jean Kittson about her book We need to talk about Mum and Dad, a practical guide to supporting ageing parents. Jean shares tips about confronting the taboos around ageing, deciphering a whole new world of jargon and finding the right specialists to help you navigate headaches such as Centrelink, aged care and enduring powers of attorney.
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In this video interview David Williams from My Longevity talks about the benefits of having a Longevity Plan and how to create one.
In a low interest rate environment, debate has been sparked about whether ‘safe’ pension withdrawal rates are still safe. With the economic impact of the coronavirus also putting pressure on share prices and dividend payments, the issue is more topical than ever.
As people live longer, mature age is being redefined. Far from viewing retirement as the final curtain call, a growing number of retirees see the milestone as the start of something new. It’s a chance to explore the world, pursue an adventure, learn new skills, graduate from university and celebrate the best of a whole new life stage.
Whether by choice or necessity, more Australians are embracing working for longer. Yet there are obstacles to overcome when you’re looking for work in your 50s and older.
In this video interview David Williams from My Longevity talks about the 3 stages of ageing, and how long each stage generally lasts.
Today’s retirees are being given a masterclass in risk, thanks to the brutal impact of the coronavirus on global markets.
Our community is being economically hit ‘to save the oldies’ – especially with existing health conditions. Should we older people be grateful? How and why could we contribute?
Old age isn’t the only time you may need to rely on someone you trust to make decisions concerning your medical treatment. As highlighted by the rapid onset of COVID-19, people of any age can become critically unwell. Ensure your decisions are adhered to with an advance care directive.
In this video interview David Williams from My Longevity talks about some of the insights he found when researching what benefits us in later life.
With sharemarkets swooning, interest rates being cut and super balances dropping, many retirees are starting to worry about their finances. Here’s our 10 suggestions to stretch your retirement income.
Move over midlife crisis. New research shows more of us are going through a major life reassessment much later in life.
One of the benefits of retirement is that you can start to withdraw your superannuation tax-free. That doesn’t mean it’s a rule-free zone.
On 22 March 2020 the Federal Government announced that the minimum pension drawdown rates would be halved for the 2019/20 and 2020/21 financial years.
When you retire, how you put your investment portfolio together is more important than ever if you want your retirement savings to last as long as you do.