Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to In retirement.
A government concession card to get cheaper health care can make a big difference to your retirement budget – and it’s not just for those on the Age Pension.
A world of potential concessions and discounts opens up once you hit your 60s, even if you are not eligible for the Age Pension. We explain who gets what.
Just because you’ve retired and collected your super, doesn’t mean you can’t go back to work if you want to. Here’s what you need to know.
Deciding whether to take your partner’s super death benefits as a lump sum, pension or a bit of both requires careful planning; the earlier the better.
Selecting the right investment option for your super pension can have a big impact on how much money you have to spend during your retirement years.
Before retirement, the focus is often on preparing our finances. After retirement, our changing priorities can come as a surprise.
Market volatility and economic uncertainty can wreak havoc with retirement plans, so it’s important to develop strategies to manage the risks.
Age Pension rates increase on 20 September 2021. This article also explains how the Age Pension works, and includes the latest Age Pension rates for residents, non-residents, and the transitional Age Pension.
Our Age Pension calculator gives you an indication of potential Age Pension entitlements. The Age Pension rates are those that apply from 20 September 2021 to 19 March 2022.
A common question for those nearing or in retirement is “How much can a pensioner earn before it affects the pension?”.
This article details the rules and limits of the Age Pension assets test (how much your savings and other assets are worth), which is one half of the means test (along with the income test) that determines how much Age Pension you could be eligible for.
Many pensioners are unaware they can continue working and earning some income on the side without losing pension entitlements, but not everyone is eligible.
Now that six-member SMSFs are allowed, the question remains; should family members join forces or go their separate ways?
There are at least 5 different types of death benefit nomination to choose from if you want to decide who will get your super death benefit.
Having your super pension automatically revert to your spouse can be an easy way to ensure your spouse’s financial situation is taken care after your death.