It was a quiet night for superannuation, but the Federal Budget provided some ‘cost of living’ announcements that could give millions of Australians a cash boost over the coming months.
An easy way to determine if you believe your super fund is good value, is to assess the cost of your super fund against the average costs for the different types of super funds available.
Multiple super accounts cost you unnecessary fees and reduce your retirement savings. Learn how best to consolidate (or rollover) your super accounts.
On this page you can find a list of all super funds that are regulated by APRA. This is essentially every fund except for SMSFs and small APRA funds.
For the first time, members of Choice super funds can see how their fund compares while members of MySuper funds can see if their fund has lifted its socks since last year.
In this video we look at the ATO’s new comparison tool for MySuper funds. In short it’s an OK start, but it’s not quite providing enough useful insights yet.
Removing SG’s $450 per month threshold and the work test, Enhancing the FHSSS, Downsizing and the Pension Loans Scheme.
There can be a bit of a learning curve with MoneySmart’s Retirement Planner, and it may appear intimidating at first glance, so we created a short video to help you get an understanding of how the tool works.
This year the headline announcements are the bringing forward of tax cuts already announced in the 2018 and 2019 Federal Budgets, but there are also some interesting announcements around superannuation.
Over the last couple of weeks the major super funds have generally been proactive in communicating with their members about what the recent Coronavirus-related sharemarket falls mean for Australians and their super. In this article we’ve summarised some of the key points that the major super funds have been passing on to members.
On 2 April 2019, Josh Frydenberg announced his first Federal Budget as Treasurer. There were only a handful of policies that directly relate to superannuation, but also tax cuts and a one-off energy payment for older Australians.