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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.
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
Executor Assistance when you need it most
State Trustees provides assistance when Executors would like to retain their role but offset specific estate administration tasks to experts that can deal with legal and financial matters.
Protecting our most vulnerable
Elder abuse can include neglect and mistreatment as well as financial exploitation. Financial abuse is the most common form of abuse. In most of these cases, a person who was in a position of trust either misused money, property or assets for their own benefit.
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.
A ‘Life Admin’ you must ENDURE
One task that we always place in the ‘Life Admin’ box is preparing Powers of Attorney. Learn about why you need one and how you get started.
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.
There is no excuse for elder abuse
Elder abuse can have a terrible impact on the wellbeing of an older person.
Ideas to drive your dollars further
We are living longer and healthier lives, anything you can do to save money today will better prepare you for tomorrow
Checking in on your credit card debt
Credit card debts can blow out if left unchecked, don’t get caught out
Paying for your funeral in advance
Reduce the financial burden on your loved ones by paying for your funeral ahead of time
The warning signs of financial elder abuse
Everybody has a right to feel safe, and it may be difficult for victims of elder abuse to talk about their situation.
Things to know about your estate and your will
If you don’t have a will, State and Territory laws determine who benefits from your estate
Preparing a deceased estate property for sale
This can be an emotional time for the family of the deceased especially if the property to be sold is the family home
Things to consider when preparing to make a will
Consider the following before you set out to prepare and record your final wishes in your will
8 things to do to plan for tomorrow
It is the right time to take stock, do some personal housekeeping and live on