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|Just about everyone is a winner in this year's federal budget, with treasurer Josh Frydenberg extending tax cuts, significant measures to enhance women's economic security and a $15 billion infrastructure spend. Delivering the 2021/22 federal ...|
|... care - is deemed problematic and lengthy. In 2018-19, the waiting times from being assessed as eligible for a Home Care Package to qualifying ranged from seven months (Level 1 package) to 34 months (Level 4 package). More than 102,000 older people were ...|
|... care," she said. "The Royal Commission has already heard that 16,000 people died last year waiting for their home care package. Who knows how many end up in residential aged care? There are more than 100,000 waiting for a home care package. It's ...|
|Delivering the 2019-20 Federal Budget tonight, Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said the Government has made real progress but there is still work to be done. Off the bat, Frydenberg announced an expected surplus of $7.1 billion - the first surplus ...|
|In tonight's Federal Budget, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg announced a record $21.6 billion for older Australians. He said the money will go towards ensuring that older people can access higher-quality and safer aged care in 2019-20 and will be an increase ...|
|The 2019 Federal Budget is projected to deliver a $4.1 billion surplus, up from the $2.2 billion estimate in this year's Budget. Financial services regulators have also received increased funding in the government's Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal ...|
|... needs using equity in their home - especially clients wanting to top-up home care, those that are waiting for a home care package to be allocated, or couples needing to increase cashflow when one person moves into residential care," Biti said.|
|The September Challenger Financial Standard Technical Services Forum addressed two key concerns around superannuation reform: death benefits and the cost of aged care. Speaking on the former, Colonial First State senior technical manager Yvonne Chu ...|
|... aged care reform and support the rollout of the Coalition's recent law change ensuring an older Australian's home care package follows them if they change location - putting consumers, not the aged care provider, in charge of their later years."|
Fidelity Investments' lead portfolio manager for global equities strategies has resigned.
Aware Super has appointed an index solutions provider to take care of its passive equity and fixed income mandates.
As an increasing number of institutions allocate to cryptocurrency and explore blockchain solutions, State Street is launching a dedicated digital finance division, appointing the current head of global markets to lead it.
ASX has acquired a minority stake in fast-growing superannuation administrator GROW Inc.
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