Ways to Save – Phone & Internet

1: Know What You Want: What is most important to you? Data? Minutes or texts? International Calls? Know exactly what you want and go after the deals that suit you. Try a comparison site like https://www.whistleout.com.au/MobilePhones/ and see just how much cheaper you could get what you already have – or better.  If you have […]

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No such thing as a silly question

Useful resources for families living with children with disability, chronic illness, mental health or life-threatening conditions. When your child has a disability, illness or life-threatening condition it can be difficult to know where to start, who to talk to and where to go for help and assistance. There has been a guide developed called “There’s […]

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Health Insurance and Health Extras

You’ve probably already read this post  about whether Health Insurance is worth it for you. If not, check it out! Health Insurance is a personal decision that can depend on several factors including pre-existing conditions, children, your income and your budget. “But what about Extras?” I hear you fret. “Sure, the public system will catch […]

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It’s Tax Time!

It’s everyone’s favourite/dreaded time of year, so here are a few tips to help it go smoothly.  1: Don’t forget to lodge. No, seriously. I can’t count how many of our clients sheepishly explain that they just sort of never got around to it for the past five years or are, y’know, ‘pretty good about […]

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NAIDOC Week 2017

  NAIDOC Week is next week and the theme “Our Languages Matter”aims to emphasise and celebrate the unique and essential role that Indigenous languages play in cultural identity, linking people to their land and water and in the transmission of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, spirituality and rites, through story and song. Did you […]

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NATIONAL INDIGENOUS CONSUMER STATEGY (NICS)

The National Indigenous Consumer Strategy is a strategy developed by all Australian States and Territories which, together with New Zealand, make up the Legislative and Governance Forum on Consumer Affairs. The original strategy was released in 2005 after consultation with Indigenous consumers, and both government and non-government agencies involved in delivering services to indigenous consumers. The strategy’s […]

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Youth with Disability Report

Midlas held a Youth with Disability Forum on Thursday 6th April, 2017. The Forum was an opportunity for youth with disability to discuss and collaborate on the big issues, how services can engage with youth to lead a better life and the value and power of self-advocacy. The City of Swan supported the forum through […]

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Reconciliation Week

This week marks National Reconciliation Week which runs annually from May 27th to June 3rd. This year’s theme for National Reconciliation Week is “Let’s take the next steps.” Reconciliation Week signifies 2 important milestones in Australia’s journey for reconciliation. These are: The 1967 Referendum which marks its 50th anniversary – http://www.reconciliation.org.au/nrw/wp-content/uploads/2014/03/Mabo-decision_2017.pdf The Mabo decision which […]

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When you need a Financial Planner

One of the first things our Financial Counsellors explain is that they are not Financial Planners. Financial Counsellors cannot give you financial advice or help you plan for retirement, investment or wealth. Financial Counsellors are confidential and non-judgemental professionals whose job it is to help you improve awareness and gain control of your finances. This […]

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Could ET afford to phone home with today’s Telecommunication Providers?

 If ET could phone home, he would probably now be in debt with one of the major phone providers, and more than likely has been trying to negotiate a reasonable payment arrangement to pay the debt. However after viewing the statistics on the major providers, it is unlikely ET would be successful in negotiating a […]

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