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Publication profile: Our range of practical factsheets

Tuesday 13 March, 2018

Our factsheets cover the following topics:

  • Dealing with debts:
    • Provides information for people who are having trouble paying their debts.
  • Help with bills:
    • Provides options to help you pay your utility bills.
  • What happens to debts after death:
    •  Explains what happens to debt once a person passes away. We explain the difference between a secured and unsecured debt.
  • Getting your affairs in order:
    • Explains what a will is and how one can be prepared.
  • Your role as executor:
    • Explains what an executor is and what the responsibilities are.
  • Employment and Cancer:
    • Provides information on the options available to you at work when diagnosed with cancer or retuning to work after cancer treatment.
  • Superannuation and Cancer:
    • Explains how you can access your superannuation early and provides information on super-related insurance.
  • New insurance policies:
    •  Discusses how you can apply for insurance with a cancer diagnosis.
  • Patient transport.
    • Explains the Victorian Public Transport Assistance Scheme (VPTAS), eligibility criteria and how you can access this.
  • Travel Insurance and Cancer:
    • Discusses how you can apply for travel insurance when diagnosed with cancer.
  • Immigration and cancer:
    • Answers questions you may have about immigration law and visas.

 View the entire range of practical factsheets, and financial assistance programs.

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