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Giving you more say in your super? Not likely with these changes

The government is introducing a raft of changes to the regulation of superannuation in a bid to give consumers more power over their retirement funds.

26.10.2015

Redefining the concept of retirement

Increasingly, there is also pressure to redefine the concept of retirement.

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06.10.2015

Five reasons the Turnbull government shouldn't let us spend super on a home

Allowing first homebuyers to cash out their super to buy a home is a seductive idea with a long history.

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15.06.2015

Super fees vary wildly, and it will hurt your retirement income

In the six months since the Financial System Inquiry found Australia's A$16 billion superannuation industry needed to improve efficiency

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18.05.2015

The increasing cost of retirement

Reserve Bank Governor notes retirement has become more expensive

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13.04.2015

Low interest rates set to stay, so what's the best investment course for retirees?

Retirees who invest in increasingly conservative assets, such as reallocating their capital from equities to bonds and/or cash, are under threat.

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10.11.2014

Spending the kids' inheritance

Today, the ancient human law of serial immortality has been replaced by 'spending the kids' inheritance - or SKI.

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15.09.2014

Net wealth is a poor indicator of preparedness for retirement

Carrying high levels of debt at this stage of life can leave you very financially vulnerable.

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05.05.2014

Stocks to cash in on Australia's ageing population

Keep a finger on the pulse of recent healthcare IPOs

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22.04.2014

Taxing times for self-managed super funds

From July the ATO will be able to levy individual fines of up to A$10,200 on fund trustees who breach superannuation law...

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22.04.2014

Why Australians don't make extra super contributions

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.

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