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Unplanned life events

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Death of a partner

The death of a long-term partner can turn your life upside down. In addition to grief and loss, there are a number of practicalities to grapple with.

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Taking control of your finances post-divorce

Marriage breakdown can be highly traumatic and brings a whole new set of issues when it happens later in life.

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Dealing with a serious health issue

A major health issue can throw life into disarray and put paid to the best laid plans for travelling, relaxing and enjoying all that your retirement years have to offer.

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Coming into an inheritance: key considerations

For Australians in their 50s and 60s, the death of an elderly parent can be a hugely distressing time.

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Navigating redundancy: make it work for you

Redundancy unfortunately affects increasing numbers of Australians. But what if it happens to you later in your working life, and involuntarily?

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