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Why Every Parent Needs A Will
Life is unpredictable. So, it’s important that we plan for the unexpected – especially when our children depend on us.
Financial literacy key to equality
Strong financial literacy is critical when it comes to having full control of your financial affairs and achieving financial independence.
Starting school brings new beginnings
Safeguard the wellbeing of your children as they prepare to start school
Be savvy and sort out your financial affairs
Leaving your finances in good will help your loved ones be financially prepared when the time comes
Strange bequests people make in their Wills
People sometimes do make strange bequests in their last Will and testament
Do your loved ones know where to look for your Will?
Write, register and store your important documents. They are your voice. Don’t leave them to chance.
Camp Quality – Puppets helping educate children about cancer
Returning to school is often frightening for children impacted by […]
Supporting disability employment with Knoxbrooke’s Nursery
Knoxbrooke’s Yarra View Nursery is a social enterprise retail and wholesale nursery employing over 100 adults with an intellectual disability in Mt Evelyn.
Learn about how we helped the Smiling Mind foundation implement ways to practice mindfulness in their schools.
A lasting gift for people who are blind or have low vision
Leaving a bequest to State Trustees Australia Foundation can genuinely make an everlasting difference in the community.
Protecting your disabled child
The purpose of this article is to provide solutions on how to manage your affairs so that your disabled child can benefit from the future setup for them.
Little stories, lasting legacies
It’s the things that we leave behind that say the most about who we are
Planning ahead for your future health care
Have you thought about what might happen if your health suddenly took a turn for the worse?
Where there’s a will, there’s a way
A part of parenting that many of us rarely think about is the creation of a legal will
Choosing an aged care facility
Are you facing the possibility of moving an elderly parent or relative into an aged care facility?