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    Elder Abuse Day: What is it?

    By Kaitlyn Elvery on 3/06/20 12:30 PM

    As our population ages it is becoming more and more important to protect the interests of older age groups not just physically, but financially and emotionally.

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    Security for Payment: Part Two

    By Katherine McCarthy on 2/06/20 3:25 PM

    In our last article we introduced the Security for Payment legislation through the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Act (NSW) 1999 (“SOPA”) whereby creditors can enforce progress payments in accordance with their contract.

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    The Importance of Trusts: Celeste Barber's Bushfire Fundraiser Decision

    By Andrea Harrold on 2/06/20 2:44 PM

    When you donate funds you expect the money to go where promised. When you leave behind a legacy you expect is to be used as directed. Really, you want any money to be used for the benefit of those who you intended it to be used for.

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    What To Do in June 2020

    By Micaela Corr on 2/06/20 11:34 AM

    With restrictions starting to lift our lives are easing back into some sort of normalcy. It's important to use our newfound freedom to be supporting the businesses that need it the most. Here are a few ideas of how to spend your June!

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    What To Do At Home May 2020

    By Micaela Corr on 4/05/20 11:12 AM

    Many of us have now been self-isolating for two months, and you may be feeling a little over baking and puzzles. So, this month we have three suggestions of how to spend your days at home, getting educated, getting crafty and getting a personalised library! 

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