Wagga funeral homes question need for 'probably not relevant' death tax

Jeremy Eager
Updated June 10 2024 - 3:16pm, first published 3:12pm
Daniel Woods from Daniel Woods Funeral Care and Wagga Wagga Lawn Cemetery and Crematorium. Pictures by Emma Hillier and Bernard Humphreys
Daniel Woods from Daniel Woods Funeral Care and Wagga Wagga Lawn Cemetery and Crematorium. Pictures by Emma Hillier and Bernard Humphreys

The cost of honouring a loved one's final wishes is set to rise from next month, leaving funeral homes around Wagga scratching their heads around what it means for their business.

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Jeremy Eager

Jeremy Eager

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Originally from Wollongong, Jeremy has made the move to The Daily Advertiser to tell the stories of the Riverina. Got a story to share? Email jeremy.eager@austcommunitymedia.com.au

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