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There is a common misconception that aged care advice is only needed when a client first enters residential aged care and there is no benefit from additional advice after the point of entry. However, after a client enters residential aged care, a change in their circumstances can have a significant financial impact and additional advice may be needed to remedy any negative outcomes. Combined with the regular reform of the aged care system, advice can play an important role before and after a client’s point of entry. In this article, we explore three examples highlighting how a change in a client’s circumstances can provide an opportunity for additional aged care advice.