If you’re still keen to work, age discrimination can seriously affect your retirement plans. We’re all being encouraged to work longer, but what if you can’t?
Capital gains are an investment goal, but they leave you with a tax liability, so it’s worth checking some of the strategies for cutting your CGT bill.
Using the bring-forward rule is a great way to put a larger contribution into your super account in a single year. Here’s what you need to know about the rules.
The end of the financial year isn’t far away, so it’s time to get your super contributions and paperwork in order with these 10 top tips.
Re-contribution strategies can reduce the tax on your super benefit and may eliminate tax for non-tax dependant beneficiaries like your adult children.
If you’re uncertain about your finances it makes sense to get some help, but it can be difficult to don’t know who to turn to for for unconflicted advice.
Saving for retirement isn’t a competition, but it’s good to know if you’re falling behind people your own age and if you need to contribute a bit more.
Navigating your way around the constant rule changes in the super system is tricky, so here’s our annual list of the modifications you need to know about.
While working in the gig economy can be more flexible, it can also be a recipe for a much smaller retirement savings pot if you don’t take steps to fix it.
Inflation is affecting more and more daily essentials but bank interest rates remain stubbornly low, so it may be time to revisit your retirement income plans.
Diversification is one of the key principles behind good investing and there’s a lot you can learn from how successful super funds invest their members’ money.
If you withdraw your super before age 60 it’s important to understand the proportioning rule and how it will impact the amount of tax you pay.
The Home Equity Access Scheme (previously known as the Pension Loans Scheme) facilitates a loan from the government against the equity in your home.
If you’re finding it difficult to make ends meet in retirement, one way to free up some extra cash could be to take out a reverse mortgage.
Small businessowners approaching retirement can take advantage of some valuable tax concessions when they sell up and then contribute the money into super.