Mind Your Own Retirement Episode 51

It’s episode 51 of Mind Your Own Retirement with your effervescent host and the holder of Australia’s favourite pipes, John Deeks.

Mind Your Own Retirement Episode 51

It’s the end of the month and the end of the financial year. Few would have forecast the massive financial upheaval associated with COVID-19. For many retirees, especially those who are self-funded, retirement income may have fallen sharply.

In today’s Mind Your Own Retirement podcast, Deeksie and Kaye speak with Household Capital founder Josh Funder to learn more about two exciting innovations – the $20,000 contingency fund and a new drawdown product – that give ready access to household equity for those in need.

For more information visit Household Capital or call 1300 622 100.

Case study: The self-funded retiree
Case study: Unplanned retirement

Next up is audiologist Emma Scanlan, who explains how tele-audiology works and whether this is the future of hearing support for older Australians.

For more information visit Hearing Australia's website, Facebook and Twitter.

And who better for Aussies to be in a bubble with than our Kiwi cousins? Hopefully soon, we will be seeing some great value NZ airfares on offer from the likes of Qantas and Air New Zealand. Today, Peter Harding, from Grand Pacific Tours, shares his knowledge of the many adventures you can experience from Cape Reinga on the tip of the North Island to Invercargill at the southern end of the South Island, with amazing Hobbiton, where Lord of the Rings was filmed, somewhere in between. It’s definitely time to start thinking about those bucket list experiences once again.

For more information visit Grand Pacific Tours website, Facebook or Instagram.





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