A guide to retirement in Australia
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A guide to retirement in Australia

Many of us think of retirement as a given – you work hard for your middle years, and then you get to bow out of the workforce and enjoy a well-deserved rest, take those bucket-list trips and enjoy the best life has to offer. After all, you’ve made your contribution and now you’ve earned the right to kick back.

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Four strategies to maximise your super

Many of us daydream about the day we finally retire and are able to do the things we’ve longed for, whether that’s travelling the world, campervanning around Australia, improving our golf or gardening skills, or spending more time socialising or with our grandchildren.

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Do you have more than one super account?

Did you know there is over 10[1] million Australians with a superannuation account, approximately 36% of which hold more super accounts, which make up $20.8[2] billion in ‘lost super’. Is some of that yours?

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Do you have $220,000 in a lost super account?

Yes, that sounds incredible but the Australian Tax Office announced in November 2008 that there is an unclaimed (lost) superannuation account holding $220,000! That’s enough to make you find out if it could be yours – or a family member’s?

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How Women Can Narrow The Retirement Gap

The financial wellbeing of women in retirement is a significant and growing concern, as women still lag substantially when it comes to retirement balances. On average, a woman retires with $157,000, while a man’s average balance is 72% more, at $270,0001. So why is this? And what can women do now to change their outcome in retirement?

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Your savings may have to work longer

• The timeline between how many years you spend working and how many years you spend in retirement might be closer than you think. Do you have a plan for saving enough during your working years to sustain you in retirement?

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Who would you want your leftover super to go to?

https://vimeo.com/285953236/b066a4be04 Superannuation Insight: Don’t bequeath your super to the ATO Who would you prefer your leftover super to go to? For my beloved children If you were to die before you’ve had a chance to spend all your super, who would you prefer to receive what’s left over? Your loved…

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