In the lead up to the Federal Election 2016 on Saturday 2 July, YourLifeChoices will be covering the issues that matter most to pre-retirees and those already in retirement. Whether it’s the policies that will affect your savings in superannuation, your ability to access health services or how your retirement income may be affected through Age Pension policy changes, we’ll bring you the news, up-to-date and simplified.

To help you determine which party will get your vote in the Federal Election 2016, we’ll also call on the experts to give their points of view on Medicare, money, the outlook for older workers, social policy and more. We’ll be giving the major parties the opportunity to lay their Federal Election 2016 policies on the table and of course, you’ll have the opportunity to comment on all these issues.

So, who do we tax Mr Morrison?

Treasurer blames ‘taxed-nots’ for risk of recession

So, who do we tax Mr Morrison?

The Treasurer claims there are too few taxpayers helping to reduce the deficit.

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One-seat majority for Government

Australian flag and gavel

One-seat majority for Government

The Government will have just a one-seat majority in the House of Reps.

Who's in and who's out?

Who's in and who's out?

Who's in and who's out?

Malcolm Turnbull's new ministry has been announced.

MPs: older voters distrust e-voting

MPs say older Australians would be distrustful of electronic voting

MPs: older voters distrust e-voting

Malcolm Turnbull and Bill Shorten have called for electronic voting in future elections.

The future of super in doubt – again

The future of super in doubt – again

The future of super in doubt – again

The future of super again in doubt due to close Election 2016 result

What was all that about?

What was all that about?

What was all that about?

A vote for the LNP was said to be a vote for stability. Well so ...

New Government? Not yet!

Bill shorten and malcolm turnbull

New Government? Not yet!

We must wait another few days at least to find out who will lead the ...

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