Over a 1,000 budget advisors are waiting to see whether their government funding will continue. This is pitched as a terrible situation by the contractors and opposition, including the Sallies (who are now just a de facto state agency.)
I 'worked' for an organisation that had voluntary budget advisers. It was headed by a couple of paid full-time staff but the rest were older women, most retired. If they needed it, they could get petrol reimbursement. Other wise they took nothing for the services they performed.
Budget advising is the perfect role for a superannuitant. As the state pays people to retire perhaps those people could give back?
There is massive resource in the baby boomers. I continue to volunteer in a different role and thoroughly enjoy the work. While not a superannuitant I am still saving the state by doing something it would otherwise have to pay for.
But the left always want it to be about the state funding everything so they can complain when it doesn't happen.
A fresh mindset is required. Ask not what your country can do for you etc.
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