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Smart spouse investing

Spouses have clear motivations to at least consider the potential benefits of taking a co-ordinated approach to savings and investing – as well as in dealing with their day-to-day budgeting.

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Security

Guard your super

Critical challenges for super fund members in the accumulation phase are to keep their savings intact and to keep adding to those savings when possible with voluntary contributions.

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5 ingredients of a great super fund

If you stay with the default super fund provided by your employer there’s a chance you’ll miss out on thousands in super. Here are five things to look for in a super fund that could boost your super savings.

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Super opportunity for first home buyers

Legislation has passed that will enable eligible first home buyers to save for the deposit in the concessionally taxed superannuation system.

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More super – less tax

The end of the financial year is fast approaching – and this year, there’s a new way to help you save on tax while boosting your super.

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Millions of multiple super accounts erode savings

One of the simplest ways to make your retirement savings more efficient and less costly is to get rid of needless multiple super accounts.

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Smart super strategies for this EOFY

Want to help boost your retirement savings while potentially saving on tax? Here are five smart super strategies to consider before the end of the financial year.

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5 Minutes

Why your retirement intentions are critical

Have you given much thought to the age that you might eventually retire?

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How to add thousands to your super in just 10 minutes

A simple super oversight is costing Australians thousands of dollars in their retirement, and young women are particularly at risk.

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