Transfer balance cap to rise 1 July 2021, Super associations urge government to make super fair for all, Nearly one million young Australians left with little or no super, ATO has its eye on auditor details in SMSF annual returns, SMSF Association calls for less complexity in super, High Court says Westpac subsidiaries gave unauthorised personal advice, Optimum Pensions to launch new market-linked lifetime annuity, Maritime Super to outsource investment to Hostplus.
Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to Superannuation news.
There’s something odd about those television and internet advertisements telling us we are getting more super.
Jim Bonham from Save Our Super examines recent claims that retirees have been hoarding their superannuation.
APRA updates MySuper heatmap, Super fund underperformers, MTAA Super and Tasplan merger, Consultation to improve business communications.
Rise in costs for retirees, APRA releases latest super statistics, Returns not the main driver for SMSF trustees, Financing ageing in place for older Australians, Financial advice boosts wealth and health
It’s quite a challenge to succinctly summarise the 233,117 words of the Retirement Income Review, and the report itself will be dwarfed by the coverage it receives in the coming weeks, months and years.
Tracey Spicer talks to industry experts, including Stephen Koukoulas, Andrew Boal and Brendan Coates about their takes on the Retirement Income Review.
The wisdom of increasing compulsory super next July is not the only reason the Retirement Income Review was eagerly anticipated, but it certainly added fuel to the fire.
Most retired Australians are at least as well off in retirement as they were while working, but not all. The huge exception is retirees who do not own their own homes.
It would be a waste if the Friday’s mammoth Retirement Income Review was remembered only for its finding that increases in employers compulsory superannuation contributions come at the expense of wages.
The government’s much-anticipated Retirement Income Review has found that increases in employer’s compulsory superannuation contributions are financed by reductions in workers’ wage growth.
Interest rate cuts will hurt retirees, Ground-breaking research on future advice, Missed or unpaid super, More workers support ESG factors, 2020 Shonky Awards results.
Tracey Spicer talks to industry experts, including Noel Whittaker, Stephen Huppert and Bina Brown as well as representatives of the FPA, SMSF Association, Super Consumers Australia and Women in Super about their take on the 2020 Federal Budget.
One-off super amnesty a success, Customers remain satisfied with super funds, Latest statistics for SMSFs, ASFA supports 40:40 Vision campaign, Early Release Scheme data, Cybersecurity matters more than ever.
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.