Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to Preparing for retirement.
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.
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.
Financial barriers to retirement have eased a little since July 1, with increased super contributions caps, but retirees will have to wait for a relaxation of the work test.
These are challenging times for investors, especially if you’re about to retire or already drawing on your super.
A major market fall is always bad news for investors, especially retirees who have limited time and opportunity to recoup losses. But the impact of losses on your pension income is all in the timing.
Preparing for retirement can be daunting for many Australians. In this video members of the Profession of Independent Financial Advisers help you understand the important things to consider.
Preparing for retirement can be fraught, and keeping on top of your superannuation may not be front of mind. We take a look five of the common mistakes that pre-retirees make, and ways to avoid them.
If you work for yourself, planning for retirement and deciding what to do with your business can be a minefield. We talk to an expert about what you need to be thinking about and where to find help, so you can make your transition from running a business to retirement stress free.
Retiring is a huge step and it would be normal if you have some last-minute details to sort through before you make the final leap.
TTR pensions were originally designed to allow people to reduce working hours in the lead-up to retirement and replace all or some of the pay they lost by drawing an income stream from their superannuation.