Understanding Aged Care - Free Information Sessions Blog article
Are you, your parents or grandparents starting to think about Aged Care?
We understand that the prospect of getting support from the aged care system for yourself or a loved one can be emotional and daunting. Navigating the options and financial implications for you and your family can be equally as challenging. However, getting the right advice now will save thousands of dollars and help alleviate the stress of transitioning into aged care.
With many important decisions needing to be made, It can be a great comfort to have all of the options carefully explained, so that you fully understand and feel comfortable knowing that you are getting the best advice.
Our Aged Care Specialist, Hamish Clark, will walk you through the journey and explain how to ensure your finances are structured correctly should the need for supported living arise in the future.
- How Retirement Villages operate and charge
- How the Aged Care system works
- Minimising Fees & Maximising Income
- Selling the family home v financing the costs
- Cash-flow Scenarios
- Protecting The Estate
1. Date: Friday 10 May 2019 Time: 12.30-14.00
2. Date: Thursday 16 May 2016 Time: 17.30-19.00
Where: Choice Capital. Level 3, 163 Eastern Road, South Melbourne, Victoria, Vic, 3205
Please arrive 15 minutes early to ensure a prompt start. Light refreshments will be provided.
Our Series of free information sessions are suitable for anyone who what’s to understand more about the process and how to structure their finances correctly. Please feel free to forward the invite.
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