Education funding for children

The costs of raising children from birth until adulthood are frequently reported by media and vary widely depending on whether you want your children to go to public or private schools and whether they plan to go to university or college.

For example, if you send two children to a private high school which costs an average of $20,000 a year for each child, by the time they both graduate you will have spent $240,000 on school fees. And that’s not counting extras such as school uniforms, trips and sporting clinics.

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Downsizing Bonus Offer

For a limited time only, get $5,000 to spend on your new home however you wish.

Whether it be paying the removalist, installing curtains or blinds or purchasing a new couch, KeyInvest has you covered.

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Downsizing Bonus at Chiton

For a limited time only, get $5,000 to spend on your new home however you wish.

Whether it be paying the removalist, installing curtains or blinds or purchasing a new couch, KeyInvest has you covered.

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Self-Funded Retirees

If you do not currently qualify for the Commonwealth Government Seniors Health care card, did you know that by using a KeyInvest’ Tax Paid Investment Bond, (to reduce your taxable income) you may be eligible?

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Why not try before you buy?

Experience Chiton Retirement Living with our one week trial stay offer. 

Stay in a home at Chiton and experience what it would be like to call Chiton home. Experience the local attractions, the state-of-the-art community centre and the peace of mind that retirement living offers. 

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Tax Offsets

An increase in allowable excess on private health insurance passes parliament.

A pair of bills that make amendments to private health insurance laws have passed both houses of parliament. The major change for advisers from these bills is an increase to the allowable excess on private health insurance hospital coverage before Medicare levy surcharge is payable. The allowable excesses will increase from $500 to $750 for individuals and $1000 to $1500 for couples and families from July 1, 2019.

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