What to do if you disagree with a Centrelink assessment

Suzanne lives on a big property and thinks the excess land has been overvalued.

Retire the retirement village

We're living longer and we're healthier - our environment must change to reflect that.

Ten cleaning tips with vinegar, lemons and bicarb

Natural cleaners are great to use around the home, but can't be used for everything.

How does property sale affect winding up of father’s estate?

Hilda* is the executor of her late father's will and has a question regarding property sales and

Should you sell some equity in your home?

Tapping into the equity in your home can deliver some welcome extra funds, writes actuary John

Homeowners vs renters in retirement, by the numbers

Retired actuary John De Ravin explores the outlook for retirees who own their home and for those

An alternative to drawing on your super in a downturn

If you're worried about your super in these turbulent times, it might be time to take another look

Is it possible to sell your house now that auctions are banned?

It is still possible to buy and sell property, but the rules have changed.

Home is where the cash is

Is a reverse mortgage right for you? Retired actuary and author John De Ravin takes us step by

You’ll be amazed at what constitutes a legally binding will

An unsent SMS, a message on a tractor, a poem: the courts say a valid will can take many forms.

Can you create an effective will without seeking legal advice?

Arty wants to know if he can create a will without the help of a lawyer.

When granny flat deals go bad: legal pitfalls for older Aussies

An ageing population and aged care concerns may lead to more family care arrangements.

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