Tracey Spicer talks to Professor Anup Basu from QUT Business School about behavioural economics and how it can help us understand our decisions around superannuation and retirement.
Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to Retirement planning for beginners.
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Professor Andrew J Scott from London Business School discusses how retirement is changing, and what it could look like in the future.
Bruce Manners from retirenotes.com talks to Tracey Spicer about some of the key factors that people need to consider when planning their retirement, the importance of passions, interests and priorities and how to test-drive your own retirement.
Tracey Spicer talks to Jill Weeks, co-author of the book Where to retire in Australia about popular retirement towns across the country, and what to consider if you thinking about a seachange or treechange.
In this video Tracey Spicer talks to Jon Glass, retirement coach and author of Finding Joy in Retirement about what a retirement coach does, and what some of the first steps people should do when thinking about their retirement.
This article lists of some of the key points to consider when planning your retirement – whether you have 15 years or three months to go before the big day.
When it comes to retirement planning and superannuation there is a lot of uncertainty; how long you will live, how much income you will need, what the markets will do and how long your savings will last.
While we are strong believers that super is, well, super, we appreciate there is also a place for retirement savings held outside super. In this article, we explain when and why.
It’s often said that location is everything where property is concerned, but it also makes a big difference to how far your money stretches in retirement.
The sooner you start planning, the better your chances of making the most of your retirement years. So get the ball rolling by working through these 7 simple steps.
Knowing who to complain to when you need help resolving a problem with your super fund or financial adviser can be confusing. Whether it’s a concern about poor advice, problems with unpaid SG contributions, or questions about how your private data has been handled, there are a number of organisations that can help.
Many super funds provide a retirement estimate to help you work out how you’re tracking when it comes to your likely retirement income. But how do funds calculate their estimate and is it accurate?
Anyone who’s ever spent a few minutes popping numbers into their super fund’s online retirement calculator to find out if their retirement savings are on track knows it’s a confusing process.
Before accepting that your super fund’s retirement calculator is able to accurately predict the future, it’s worth understanding a little about how these retirement simulators work.
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