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Your philanthropic legacy

08 Nov 2018 - Feel good about doing good with structured charitable giving

How incorporating discretionary testamentary trusts can work for you

08 Nov 2018 - A discretionary testamentary trust (DTT) is a trust incorporated into a Will for the benefit of a beneficiary or multiple beneficiaries

New General Manager – Self Employed Advice

26 Jun 2018 - Michael Csavas has been appointed General Manager – Self Employed Advice

Busselton Central Shopping Centre about to get a makeover

22 May 2018 - Australian Unity has secured approval for the next stage of the Busselton Central Shopping Centre’s development that will see the addition of a new Coles supermarket as well speciality retailers.

Super reform drives growth in Australian Unity's investment bonds

12 Dec 2017 - The ever changing regulatory landscape is spurring investors to seek out alternative strategies to complement their superannuation.

Australian Unity raises $11.6 million for new aged care facility at Peninsula Grange

15 Aug 2017 - Australian Unity has successfully finalised another development fund after raising the required capital to further develop the Peninsula Grange Wellbeing Precinct on the Mornington Peninsula, with the addition of 127 new aged care beds.

Australian Unity appoints National Manager, Retail Distribution

14 Aug 2017 - Australian Unity has appointed Adam Kirk to the new role of National Manager, Retail Distribution.

Australian Unity 2017 Tax Statement Guide

05 Jul 2017 -

Ability, not relationship, what informed young investors want from advisers

01 Jun 2017 - Younger investors are focused on technical ability and results, not long-term relationship, when evaluating their financial advisers – according to data from the latest bi-annual Lifeplan ICFS Financial Advice Satisfaction Index.

Different needs for different life stages

29 May 2017 - Estate planning is not just the preserve of the elderly or the sick. Every Australian, regardless of their age or health, should consider an estate plan.

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