Tag Archives: Legislation Changes

The first post COVID budget has been released and while the numbers are slightly better than what was previously expected, it wasn’t a budget where the reins were pulled. Given the spending, Labor must be wondering what to do with themselves. On a surface level, the LNP are seemingly occupying more of what is often […]

You’re out walking with your dog near a railway track. Behind you there’s a rumbling noise. Thundering down the track is a trolley, looking up ahead you can see the trolley is headed for a bridge with five workers on it. They will either be run over or jump to certain death. Beside you is […]

Last night’s federal budget stood out on a tax perspective and there were a couple of other positives to be found. Importantly, we’ve just clocked two consecutive budgets without major superannuation meddling. And the super changes we did get were positive. Pensioners The Pension Loans Scheme will be opened to all Australians over 65, including full […]

Last night’s budget was notable for its lack of major superannuation meddling for once. So, in the absence of any truly significant changes, we’ve pulled out the key points for you to consider.Pensioners Older Australians who lost their pensioner concession card by the pension assets test change introduced this year – you will be getting […]

Seniors Expo 2017 Dubbo

February 28, 2017

The Dubbo Neighbourhood Centre are hosting the Seniors Expo for 2017. It will be held at the Dubbo RSL Auditorium on 8 March 2017 from 9am. Foundation Wealth Planners amongst other local services will have a stall and some presentations. Seniors Expo flyer

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