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To educate and stimulate those in their retirement. Meets on the fourth Friday of each month at Burnie Bowls Club 10am - 12 noon. Financial advice to self funded retirees at no fee. Membership fee per annum: $25.00 single, $40.00 double.

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Service Tasmania - Burnie

TAS, Australia

Service Outlet - Department of Health and Human Services Making appointments or be referred for specialist services $50.00 off registration if Health Card / Pension Card is presented.

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Anglicare - Devonport

TAS, Australia

Assists people to manage personal finances. Renegotiate loans and assistance with other problems with creditors. Contact on the West Coast: Reverend David Sharman tel. (03) 6471 1341

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Chabad House

TAS, Australia

A venue for Jewish people to gather. Also information available re upcoming events and other matters to do with the Jewish faith. Any person Jewish or not is able to telephone for information.

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MBF - Launceston

TAS, Australia

Some existing MBF members may have the extras level of cover required to provide nursing care after hospitalisation. Please check with MBF for exact conditions.

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As well as the monthly meeting an office is now open at the RSL in Wellington St Tuesdays and Thursdays 10 am - 3 pm.

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Under St Luke's Extras Platinum cover some limited private nursing cover is provided. Check first with the provider for cover and to see if the private nurse is registered with St Lukes.

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Medibank Private

TAS, Australia

Medibank Private is a registered health benefits organisation.

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Anglicare Tasmania

TAS, Australia

Welfare arm of the Anglican Church providing services such as counselling, financial, crisis and break even gambling counselling.

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Assisting individuals and families to access and maintain a tenancy in the private rental market. Assistance can be with bonds, rent assistance, rent arrears, removals assistance, information and advocacy. PRSS can provide intensive assistance to help people maintain their tenancies. To be eligible must be on a low income and not own any significant assets such as land or property.

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Retireinvest

TAS, Australia

Retirement Financial Arrangements as well as general financial information

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Retireinvest

TAS, Australia

Financial Planning for retirement as well as other financial information

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This Centre offers a single one stop shop for retirees, people planning for retirement and those with caring responsibilities.The Centre supplies services by Centrelink, Medicare, DVA and the Australian Taxation Office. Phone 13 1021 to make an appointment.

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To provide families and individuals living on low incomes with the opportunity to apply for a loan to: - purchase essential household items such as washing machines and fridges, without the burden of interest charges or fees. - Meet co-payments costs for dentures, including the costs of examinations and extractions, at the Public Dental Service. - Enable women on low incomes to access a loan to establish or 'grow' a small business. - Enable refugees to access a loan to assist with the purchase of airfares for family reunification. - Enable women fleeing domestic violence to access a loan to assist with removal and storage costs.

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Hobart Benevolent Society

TAS, Australia

Aims to help the disadvantaged and those in need, in particular anyone in short term financial difficulty. Issues food vouchers and financial assistance in other special cases of need, and financial counselling. Credit payments for Aurora and Telstra. Also operates with Aurora Payment Scheme.

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Goodwood Community Centre

TAS, Australia

Community centre which runs adult training classes, provides social activities such as social bingo, luncheons, bus trips and facilities for use by other groups.

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NSA is a not-for-profit membership based community organisation which has as its major objectives: . to provide economic and social benefits for persons aged 50 years and over; . to represent members' concerns to Governments at all levels; . to make Grants and provide services and advice to Charitable Institutions assisting persons aged over 50.

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A State-wide non-profit organisation providing free and confidential advice, information support and referrals for Tasmania's rural community. The service recognises that Tasmanians involved in farming, forestry and fishing or related enterprises face a different set of issues than those in other industries - issues that people outside the industry often cannot understand. The service is delivered by experienced counsellors with a background in farming and finance with a deep understanding of these issues and the farming culture.

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Family Matters

TAS, Australia

Family Matters is a free, confidential programme that provides practical assistance and support to families in Launceston to prevent loss of accommodation. Family Matters can provide support to help families stabilise their housing, financial, emotional, work, education, social and community circumstances.

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Free, confidential statewide service for primary producers and small rural businesses covering finances, estate planning and information on any entitlements through Centrelink. Telephone counselling also available.

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RetireInvest - Hobart

TAS, Australia

Specialising in retirement and aged care accommodation issues. Financial planning with particular emphasis on maximising Centrelink/DVA entitlements.

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This Service provides financial counselling to people in financial difficulty via a 1300 558 900 Helpline. Initial consulation and advice is free. Services include help with debt control and personal budgeting. Assistance with demands by creditors, summonses, judgements and garnishees. Special assistance is available for people with gambling debts and working out solutions for complex financial problems.

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Anglicare JPET program

TAS, Australia

JPET is a program for young people who are aged 15 to 21 years. All young people who participate in JPET have either been involved with the police, or do not have a safe place to live or have been in the care of the State. JPET can help with issues such as finding a safe place to live, staying at or returning to school, budgeting and referral to other agencies.

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Leukaemia Foundation

TAS, Australia

Provides information, education, emotional support, practical and financial support, accommodation and travel to and from treatment centres for people affected by all blood related cancers and blood related diseases such as leukaemia, lymphoma, and myeloma.

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Colony 47 - CA$H

TAS, Australia

Provide financial assistance for people on low to moderate incomes (eligibility criteria applies) who are accessing and maintaining private rental. Support can be in the form of bond, rent or removals. An annual limit applies to the amount of support that can be accessed.

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Enquiries about retirement, family tax benefit, baby bonus, tax file number, pay as you go (PAYG) - including activity statements, Higher Education Loan Programme (HELP), Student Financial Supplement Scheme, account balance or replacement cheque, preparation of an online tax return, general income tax, lodgment and notices of assessment.

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