Single mum Sherry asks Paul Clitheroe if she should salary sacrifice for her daughter’s super, or buying another investment property.
Next month the biggest changes to super in a decade take effect. That’s not a lot of time but there are some last-minute checks you can do to make sure you clear the deadline unscathed.
Many Australians have been told they will need more than $1 million in super to retire, but we’ve found the sweet spot which means you only need $275,000.
To help turbocharge your super savings before the rules change, here are the top three things to put on your EOFY to-do list.
Australians have more than $2 trillion invested in superannuation, and have forked out more than $230 billion in fees over the past decade, according to new research.
Get the maximum benefit from your super nest egg with these most-asked questions on SMSF.
With the focus on accumulating super, what actually happens in retirement is an afterthought. So are account-based pensions really suitable for everyone?
Kathleen and Tim want to plan for retirement: should they salary sacrifice more or leverage property to invest? And how can they help set up their kids?