Working with a financial planner who specialises in aged care can be beneficial if you are finding the financial side of residential aged care confusing or overwhelming.
An aged care financial planner may be particularly useful for things such as:
Understanding All the Costs Involved in Residential Aged Care
Aged Care costs money, and how much money you will pay will depend on a variety of factors. In aged care, you many need to pay a variety of different fees depending on the sort of aged care services you are looking for.
Possible fees include:
- Daily Care Fees
- Refundable Accommodation Deposit (RAD) or Daily Accommodation Payment (DAP)
- Extra Service Fees
- Accommodation Fee
- Income Tested Fee
An aged care financial advisor will help you understand these fees and how much they will cost.
How to Fund the Costs
An aged care financial planner can also help you figure out how to fund the necessary costs of aged care.
If you are struggling over whether you should sell the family home or not, whether your loved one will have enough cash flow for day to day expenses, or help organising an estate than a financial planner may be useful.
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Article posted:Jun 24, 2019 Category: Aged care financial planning