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Striving for Balance with Work and Life

Work-life balance for four out of every ten working Australians is actually getting worse, according to a report by The Australian Institute Think Tank in November of last year. The study also found Australians are donating $110 billion in free labour each year by giving extra time to work without being paid. This means the…

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November 25 2016 Article ByAnne Street Partners

Four Common Retirement Fears (And What to Do About Them)

Retirement is not only a time to relax — it can also be a journey of self-discovery. By facing your fears now and overcoming them, you can pave the way for a more rewarding future. Here are four of the most common retirement fears and some tips for dealing with them. Boredom We may not…

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November 24 2016 Article ByAnne Street Partners

Assets Tests and the Aged Pension: Do New Rules Affect You?

If you need to live in residential aged care it’s likely you will need to pay aged care fees to cover the costs of your care and accommodation, which will be based on your assets and income. Your social security pension entitlements are generally included when calculating your income. There will be changes to the…

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November 24 2016 Article ByAnne Street Partners

10 Steps to Financial Security in Your 30s

Being 30 today is very different from what it may have looked like for our parents. While many baby boomers were married with children by the 25, people today are settling down later, taking time in their 20s to establish their careers and explore the world. This makes financial security potentially both easier and harder…

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November 24 2016 Article ByAnne Street Partners

US Election 2016

Implications for the US Economy The election of Donald Trump to the presidency creates a great deal of uncertainty over both the economic and policy outlook for the US. In the short term, the key point to consider is how this uncertainty will impact confidence amongst households and businesses. For the household sector, strong job gains…

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November 10 2016 Article ByAnne Street Partners

Duke of Ed Deadly Dukes Program won a State Award from NAPCAN

During the 2016 Child Protection Week, PCYC Ipswich’s Deadly Dukes Program (Duke of Ed) won a State Award from the National Association for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect (NAPCAN) for Inspiring Prevention Initiatives. The award was presented by the Hon. Shannon Fentiman, Minister for Communities, Women and Youth, Minister for Child Safety and Minister…

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October 5 2016 Article ByAnne Street Partners

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