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.
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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.
Take the following 10-question quiz to test your knowledge on how to plan for your retirement.
When it comes to achieving financial security in retirement, there are myriad cognitive biases that can keep us from making smart decisions with money.
A recent CEPAR report examined research which showed a person who is financially literate will plan more and save more, and questioned whether there is a need for older Australians to take and follow financial advice.