A popular retirement career – but can you make money from it?

Ever wanted to be a writer? Retired and thinking of new ways to earn money? Published author, Karen Turner, shares her experiences, navigating the unpredictable but satisfying world of professional...

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Take five with Lucy Liu, Paraplanner at Advisersure

Have you met Lucy? You may have spoken to Lucy on the phone or seen her in the office. She is our extremely experienced and very detailed Paraplanner; one of the brains of the team. We sat down with...

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Insurance in super – is your cover adequate?

You have insurance cover in your superannuation right? You probably think you’re adequately covered, yet if something were to happen to you, you might be in for an unpleasant surprise – and by...

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Continue to protect the skin you’re in

Data from Cancer Council’s recent National Sun Protection Survey reveals just 44 percent of Australian adults wear a hat when exposed to UV on summer weekends, down from 48 percent in 2003. As we...

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Your New Year reading: beyond John Grisham

Behavioural economist and psychologist Daniel Kahneman has begun 2017 by retaining his place near the top of The New York Times best-seller list, wedged among the latest John Grisham legal thriller,...

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Choosing an investment option

As part of your retirement savings plan, it is important you understand how your superannuation money is invested by your super fund. No two people’s financial situation and investment...

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Financial abuse: Protecting your money from others

Financial abuse occurs when another person, perhaps your partner, one of your children, another member of your family or a friend, controls your access to money or other property without your...

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Super – even more important for women

Women tend to live longer than men, making it even more essential that they accumulate enough superannuation to last through retirement. But women face unique challenges when it comes to retirement...

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After hospital (transition care) explained

The Transition Care Program provides short term support and assistance for older people after completing any necessary acute and sub-acute care in a hospital. It aims to help in improving an...

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Who gets your super?

Who decides what happens to your superannuation savings when you die? You may think that you do, but that isn’t always the case. The ultimate decision may be made by someone you don’t even know...

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