A transition to aged care can be difficult to plan, both financially and emotionally. On top of that, knowing what to do with your finances can be even more overwhelming as you ponder a new future.
Aged Care Finance deals with a financial plan that is often complex, a little rushed and difficult to understand. That’s why it’s important to find Aged Care Finance advisors that have your best interests at heart and who will find the best way for you and your family to step into your new future.
What is Aged Care Finance Advice?
Quite often the decision is sudden to send a loved one into an Aged Care facility. Aside from finding a suitable facility, there is then the huge financial burden to be considered.
Aged Care often involves costly fees and large bonds (lump-sum payments, commonly $250,000 - $450,000) needing to be discussed and agreed upon by family members. As well as the sale of homes and consideration of powers of attorneys there is generally there is a perception that fast decisions need to be made.
Aged Care Finance Advice will help you to make these quick decisions well. When trying to choose the best care, ensuring that you make the right decision will depend on a multitude of complicated factors.
To help you navigate the Government’s system as well as come to professional mutual agreements with your family, get some outside help. That is essentially what we’re here to to . . . Find the best way for you!
Here is how we help . . .
If you are aware that Aged Care will be needed for your family member in the near future we advise that is best to start planning soon! To get the ball rolling with Aged Care Finance Advice contact Balance Aged Care Specialists today.
Posted: 12-Jun-2014. Author: Jordie Cox
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