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|... older Australians by abolishing the work test, extending access to downsizer contributions and improving the Pension Loan Scheme. From 1 July 2022, those aged between 67-years-old and 74-years-old will no longer be subject to meeting a work test before ...|
|... being extended to those aged 60 and over. Currently, it is only available to those 65 and over. Changes to the Pension Loan Scheme are also being introduced from July next year. Older Australians will also be looked after in the form of a $17.7 billion ...|
|... warned to exercise caution and double check licensing requirements when advising on the Federal Government's Pension Loan Scheme as a retirement income supplement. As the Pension Loan Scheme is within credit licensing rules, financial advisers cannot ...|
|... "illness separated couple" and cases are assessed individually, she said. Other areas she covered included: pension loan scheme versus reverse mortgages, accommodation supplements for low means residents based on the building's condition, treatment ...|
|... partner Robert Samuel supported additional ASIC funding. Credit where credit is due. The expansion of the pension loan scheme is a good idea and should be supported. The Australia Institute advocated for it back in 2014 and we're pleased to government ...|
|... and Nick Xenophon have called on the government and opposition to back legislation to broaden access to the Pension Loan Scheme (PLS). The PLS, established by the Hawke government in 1983, is a reverse mortgage scheme that allows people of pension age ...|
The long serving chair of wealth management firm Morrows is being remembered for his larger-than-life personality and generous spirit following his sudden passing last week.
The superannuation and investing startup has crossed $1 billion in total assets, after more than doubling the number in the last year.
A financial advice industry association, which had been vocal in boycotting the FASEA exam and fighting to retain life commissions, has shuttered.
Former Mutual Trust and AIA Australia chief investment officer Graeme Bibby has joined a wealth management firm.
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