Seniors Finance

Many Australians are forced to live on a fixed income, either relying on the Age Pension or allocated pension fund payments. Each and every time you watch the television or pick up a newspaper, you’re confronted with the headline that household bills are on the increase. YourLifeChoices brings you news, tips and information on how to best manage and reduce your costs.

Centrelink Q&A: Living overseas

Centrelink Q&A: Living overseas

Centrelink Q&A: Living overseas

Charles spent most of his working life in Australia but has chosen to retire overseas.

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Franking credits could cost votes

Franking credits could cost votes

Franking credits could cost votes

A survey of older Aussies finds little support for closing the franking credits loophole.

Should this tax loophole be closed?

Friday Flash Poll: Is shutting this tax loophole long overdue?

Should this tax loophole be closed?

Labor’s unpopular franking credits policy has a new enemy.

Why deeming rate is 3.25 per cent

Why deeming rate is 3.25 per cent

Why deeming rate is 3.25 per cent

Some pensioners are expected to receive interest of 3.25 per cent on their savings.

Health and transport drive up costs

Health and transport drive up costs

Health and transport drive up costs

Transport has been a significant driver of price increases in the past year.

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