Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to Plan your retirement.
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We’d all like a crystal ball showing our nest egg at retirement. Failing that, a good place to start could be the retirement estimate on your annual statement.
Online calculators that work out how much you’ll have to spend in retirement are great, but you need to understand the assumptions they use.
When you start actively planning your retirement, it helps to do some rough calculations to work out how long your super might last under different scenarios.
When it comes to complex decisions about our future financial security, we often shoot ourselves in the foot. But a little self-knowledge can go a long way.
While markets are talking up interest rate rises, retirees should be more worried about the potential impact of rising inflation on their retirement income.
Choosing the right calculator to work out your retirement income is important, as different calculators provide different results and types of information.
Sequencing risk can ruin even the most carefully planned retirement, with losses and low returns when you withdraw your super savings giving you less to spend.
Your spending in retirement will depend not just on how much you have saved, but also on different spending patterns as you age.
Finding a truly independent financial adviser is not easy, but don’t let that put you off. We’ve done the hard work for you.
Working out how much income you will need in retirement isn’t easy, but some simple rules of thumb can be a good place to start.
Getting good financial advice can make a big difference to your retirement outcome, but before you take the plunge make sure you understand what’s involved.
Recent legislation requiring advisers who are not independent to advise clients of the fact is a welcome move. But does it go far enough?
Just because a financial planner’s business card doesn’t display the logo of a bank or insurance company doesn’t mean he or she is independent.
If you are looking to wind back working hours or boost your super in the lead-up to retirement, a TTR pension may be the answer.