When David Stephens' elderly mother Jyl fell in December, it seemed to be the start of a new family tradition.
A home lift was once considered the sort of high-end inclusion that was rarely seen outside the ultra prestige market, but for many designers and architects it's now a standard feature of the floorpla
Margaret Daly still remembers the days she would visit her husband John at his nursing home, only to find him restrained in a chair with the straps so tight they almost cut into his genitals.
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There's a fine balance between preserving inheritance at the cost of the lifestyle and choices of the giver
Just because you have little money doesn't mean you won’t get in.
Treat this as a wake-up call, seek expert advice and get your affairs in order as a matter of urgency
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Personal finance expert George Cochrane answers your questions.
This year's federal budget has a lot of positives for older Australians, particularly those using aged care.
This year’s federal budget is tipped to bring big changes to aged care and, as a result, consumers should expect to pay more.
The Tax Justice Network was "surprised" to find that companies operating for the public good appear to be aggressively minimising tax.
Wanda Solomon, 94, was forced into residential aged care after her home-care service was downgraded and she was put on the bottom of a waiting list.
Aged care residents to receive up to $11,500 in refunds after the Federal Court declares the asset replacement contribution (ARC) illegal.
Kerri-Anne Kennerley on how her husband's freak accident changed their lives.
As soon as she leaves the house, people stare at Trish Jackson. But she uses her time to teach young people how to be resilient.