Pension minimum relief extended to financial year 2021/22

  • Post category:Retirement

On Saturday 29 May 2021, the Government unexpectedly announced an extension of the temporary reduction in superannuation minimum drawdown rates through to financial year 2021/22. From 1 July 2021 minimum pensions will again be halved for all account-based and term allocated income streams as follows: Account Based Pension Minimums: Age Standard…

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What financial mistakes have you made? Could they have been avoided?

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Have you made a big financial mistake in the past? One that cost you a lot of time and money to fix? One that caused you a big headache? Financial stress can be a major trigger for a lot of people, it is a big burden to carry around, but not one you need to carry alone. Speaking to a professional Financial Adviser can set your mind at ease once you have a plan in place and a financial goal to build towards.

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Staying cyber safe this year

With the increased activity online – be it due to working from home, home schooling, or simply because we have found a great availability of engaging and interesting content and streaming services, we are online a lot more and need to consider if we are adhering to safe cyber practices at home. This means having the right protective measures in place, and ensuring we are discussing safe cyber practices with other members of our household.

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