Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to In retirement.
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As a retirement coach I help people with their emotional (non-financial) journey to a fulfilling retired life. The definition of a ‘fulfilling retired life’ is very personal, which means it can’t be defined by a checklist.
Age Pension rates increased on 20 March 2020. 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 March 2020 to 19 September 2020.
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.
In this article we detail how the Age Pension is assessed, how the income and assets tests work, and illustrate with case studies for a Single and a Couple.
There are many strategies you can employ to ensure that you’re making the most of your Age Pension, and in this article we’ll showcase some of the best options that may assist you.
Tracey Spicer talks to Regan Welburn from Marathon Financial Planning about how to maximise your Age Pension and other concessions available for seniors.
A common question from people planning their retirement is if, and when, they will be eligible for the Age Pension.
Older Aussies looking to boost their retirement income can take advantage of the government’s Pension Loans Scheme to generate a non taxable fortnightly income stream that helps pay their bills.
If you are retired or planning to do so in the near future it’s worth taking some time to check out the wide range of services, concessions and discounts available for older Australians.
The current Age Pension eligibility age is 66 years (for any person born between 1 January 1954 and 30 June 1955). If you were born before 1 January 1954 you have already reached Age Pension age, and if you were born after 30 June 1955 your Age Pension age may be 66 years and 6 months, or 67 years, depending on your date of birth.
Tracey Spicer talks to author Donna Ward about embracing being a single woman in her 60s, the accompanying societal expectations and challenges, and her view that life gets better with age.
Tracey Spicer talks to clinical psychologist Deanna Pitchford about ways that retirees can look after their brain health.
David Williams from My Longevity talks about the concept of Personal Capital and why it’s important retirees don’t overlook it.