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It’s not just the Australian economy that’s rebounding faster than anticipated from its COVID-19 lows. Dividends are staging a comeback.
Even the experts acknowledge that our retirement income system is complex, so it’s important to clear up some common misunderstanding.
Lee and Mandy are retired and want to see whether downsizing could increase their retirement income.
If your super account is not as big as you would like when you retire, one solution could be to look to your home as a way to generate some extra money – and that doesn’t necessarily mean you need to become an Airbnb host.
Tracey Spicer talks to Dr Sarah Sinclair from RMIT about home equity release products for retirees, such as reverse mortgages and the Pension Loans Scheme.
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.
With sharemarkets swooning, interest rates being cut and super balances dropping, many retirees are starting to worry about their finances. Here’s our 10 suggestions to stretch your retirement income.
When you retire, how you put your investment portfolio together is more important than ever if you want your retirement savings to last as long as you do.
Asked to conduct an independent review of Australia’s retirement income system, the panel appointed by treasurer Josh Frydenberg reported that it was all tied up with the family home.
Australia’s retirement incomes system has been built on the assumption that most retirees would own their home outright. But new Grattan Institute modelling shows the share of over 65s who own their home will fall from 76% today to 57% by 2056 – and it’s likely that less than half of low-income retirees will own their homes in future, down from more than 70% today.
A recent CEPAR report states that the lack of focus on decumulation means that many retirees have faced difficult financial choices in retirement without sufficient support or an adequate selection of products.
A recent CEPAR report examined research which showed that even though improvements have been made in the gender super gap, single women will be less financially secure than other groups in retirement.
In a new set of research briefs published by the Centre of Excellence of Population Ageing Research, we report that most people do well out of our retirement income system and that the living standard of retirees has improved over the past decade.
In this article, Sean Corbett, an annuities expert, answers the important question of when is the right time to purchase a deferred lifetime annuity.
In this article we will consider how a person can best ensure that they maximise their income in retirement from their savings while at the same time ensuring that their savings last for as long as they do.