Rodney and his wife have invested in super, property and shares, but is it enough to retire comfortably in two years?
At 64, Glynis owns her own home and has $90,000 in super. Where should she invest $28,000 in savings in order to retire in five years?
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With a 10-year-age gap, Maris is still working while her husband is ready to retire but has little super. Will he qualify for the pension if she drops back to working three days a week?
At 55, Jane is doing ok but “not anywhere near what I had planned for this time in my life”. With 10 years until she plans to retire, how can she boost her savings?
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