New research from ASFA shows Aussies aged under 30 tend to have more money in their super accounts than their bank balances but 40% have no idea what their super balance is and a further 16% have only a vague idea. The good news: ASFA is giving away $1000 for a young Australian.
Couples who rent in retirement will need more than $1 million in assets, half a million more than debt-free homeowners, according to new research.
Are super benchmarks a pipe-dream for low-income earners or are they essential for helping Aussies prepare for retirement?
With the pension assets test changes due to come into effect from January 1, how can you minimise the impact on your payments?
Cbus Growth wins Money’s Best of the Best award for best balanced fund with 67% in growth assets and the remainder in conservative investments.
There is a surprising amount of free financial advice available to consumers. Did you know, for example, that the Department of Human Services’ financial information service offers free financial seminars?
Research from the Self-Managed Superannuation Association (SMSF) points to a few reasons why the government should ditch the concessional contributions cap.
How much super will you need? The Association of Super Funds Australia (ASFA) released their updated retirement standard for all Australians in June.