1. Seniors could be asked to sell family home under death tax  NEWS.com.au
  2. Baby Boomers won't cop it: Ken Henry's aged care warning  The Sydney Morning Herald
  3. Income and assets tests for aged care need to be simplified, former federal treasurer Peter Costello tells royal commission  ABC News
  4. Aged care forms so complex they bamboozled the former treasurer  The Age
  5. Wealthier older Australians should pay more for aged care, Peter Costello says  The Guardian
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Baby Boomers could be asked to sell the family home when they die to pay for aged care costs under a new plan to slap an effective death tax on seniors to fund care. Baby Boomers could be asked to sell the family home when they die to pay for aged care costs under a new plan to slap an effective death tax on seniors to fund care.

Seniors could be asked to sell family home under death tax

Assessment process needs to be simplified and begin long before residents move into a nursing home, says former treasurerAssessment process needs to be simplified and begin long before residents move into a nursing home, says former treasurer

Wealthier older Australians should pay more for aged care, Peter Costello says | Aged care (Australia) | The Guardian