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Australians are increasingly relying on superannuation for their retirement income, but despite more than 20 years of compulsory super, many people are not retiring with enough.
The past century saw huge technological advances and yet there hasn?t been a corresponding increase in leisure time: people are working as hard as ever.
Many retirees manage their wealth by simply living off the income generated from their retirement portfolio while leaving their capital untouched.
Currently, Australia's baby boom 'bulge' is entering the retirement phase and we would expect them to be holding at or near to their peak wealth in (non-housing) financial assets.
We think many investors and borrowers suffer from what economists call ?money illusion? when it comes to interest rates.
Is there a groundswell of investors willing to put their retirement cash where their personal values are?
If you want to have a retirement lifestyle that costs $100,000 p.a., in today's dollars, you should be aiming to accumulate $2.5 million of investment wealth
How will the shape of Australia?s financial sector evolve over the coming decades?
The non-financial aspects of retirement planning may be critical
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