The new year can bring with it a lot of positive new changes. Most of us are guilty of ignoring our superannuation, but this this year, why not include a super health check in your resolutions?
Many Australians are on the verge of posting their first annual superannuation loss in seven years.
A growing number of Australians are planning to retire over the next 12 months, though most won’t have the superannuation and savings necessary for a self-funded retirement without selling the family home.
The Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) has released new requirements to help ensure that super funds deliver value for money to their members.
Women will now have improved ability to access superannuation assets at the end of a relationship, thanks to a new information-sharing initiative commencing 1 July 2020.
Are you one of the millions of Australians missing out on unpaid super? It’s happening to workers across the nation to the tune of $5.9 billion.
The gender superannuation gap has shrunk by 4.3 percentage points over the last ten years, according to research by Roy Morgan.
Australians are putting in the hard yards to reclaim their lost superannuation, but there are still billions of dollars waiting to be claimed.
Women are achieving higher levels of education than young men, but still graduating with lower salaries, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
If you haven’t yet got around to consolidating your old superannuation funds, a new initiative may end up taking care of it for you, potentially saving you hundreds of dollars per year in duplicate fees and insurance premiums.
Thinking of setting up a self-managed super fund (SMSF)? You may be doing it for the wrong reasons, according to the Australian Tax Office (ATO).
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