Effie Zahos fields a lot of money questions from young Australians, but these are the questions they should be asking.
The best way to boost your super is to salary sacrifice, but if that’s not an option, there are things you can do to improve your retirement savings.
Jobs are hard to find and property is expensive but, if you’re a millennial, there are ways for you to get ahead.
Did you know that most people under 75 are now able to claim a tax deduction for after-tax contributions they make into super?
When did you last check on the financial package that protects you in case of sickness or an accident? You could be in for a nasty surprise if you need to claim on an insurance policy, because the terms have significantly changed in the past few years, along with the premiums.
Bonus cash payments are the latest feature of a growing number of superannuation funds. The highest reward is $11,250 paid by BUSSQ, a Queensland based not-for-profit industry fund for building and construction workers. How can you qualify for one?
Sally has $160,000 in the bank and can’t decide how to invest it. With the money going backwards in terms of buying power, Paul Clitheroe advises Sally how to take action.
At more than $2.2 trillion, the money managed by Australian super funds has huge purchasing power. So how can you invest for a better future?