Rod Cunich joins us for episode 19. You know him as our favourite legal guru. Not only because he answers your questions, but also because he’s brilliant and explains the law in plain English. Today, Rod shares the three essential things you need to know about estate planning.
Deeksie and Kaye speak to Sheryl about cord blood gifting – one of the best investments you can make for your family. In today’s podcast, Sheryl explains how you can give a gift for life to your grandchildren.
In today’s episode of Mind Your Own Retirement, Centrelink general manager Hank Jongen tells Kaye and Deeksie how customers can avoid frustrating phone wait times and visits. This is advice from the top that you must hear.
Deeksie and Kaye chat with Department of Human Services head honcho Hank Jongen (AKA Centrelink general manager) about that ‘robot’ striking fear into the hearts and minds of many age pensioners – robo-debt. But Hank is here to set your minds at ease, and explains why you might receive a letter and what to do if you do receive one.
Official interest rates have dropped again and that’s not likely to be the end, the Reserve Bank has more than hinted. That’s why Deeksie and Janelle decided to chat with Bendigo Bank’s head of economics and market research for today’s Mind Your Own Retirement podcast. He explains the repercussions for retirees.
John Deeks and Janelle Ward talk with resident Centrelink expert Ben Hocking about why Centrelink may be regularly checking your bank account, chat with Kim Blain, marketing manager of the Shangri-La Cairns about exploring far north Queensland and discuss Dementia Awareness Week with Maree McCabe.
Deeksie and Kaye talk with Centrelink guru Ben Hocking, about the three most commonly asked questions he receives about the Age Pension, while Alwyn Hansen explains how to capture amazing images and Mark Metherell tells you how to save money on your private health cover.
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