WE’RE HURTLING TO­WARDS THE ‘POINTY END’ OF THE YEAR AND THERE IS AN EVER-IN­CREAS­ING LIST OF THINGS TO GET DONE BE­FORE 2017 IS OVER. WHETHER YOUR KIDS ARE START­ING AT A NEW SCHOOL NEXT YEAR, YOU’VE GOT SOME SE­RI­OUSLY NE­GLECTED NEW YEAR RES­O­LU­TIONS TO COMPL

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With Christ­mas fast ap­proach­ing, most of us might be feel­ing a lit­tle bit swamped by the dozens of last minute things we have to get done. But when these last two months of the year are crunch time to make sure your money doesn’t go to waste. Check with your health fund and see what al­lowances you’ve got left, then get crack­ing on mak­ing those ap­point­ments to avoid be­ing beaten by the rush. Maven Den­tal Group's Gen­eral Man­ager of Mar­ket­ing, Sheri­dan Burke, says De­cem­ber is the busiest month of the year for their den­tal prac­tices for this very rea­son. lapse, and a lot of peo­ple miss out be­cause they’re not or­gan­ised,” Sheri­dan says. “It means a lot of money paid out in pre­mi­ums can go to waste.” Den­tal is one of the most pop­u­lar ar­eas cov­ered by health funds. Did you cover that in­cluded den­tal treat­ments, in re­search con­ducted in re­cent years? Sheri­dan says two check-ups an­nu­ally are rec­om­mended for op­ti­mal den­tal health so don’t leave your ap­point­ments too late to make the most of in­vest­ment.

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