A millennial’s primer to all things superannuation

It’s never too early to start thinking about your Super – here are the basics of Australian superannuation.   Over the past decade, Australian millennials like yourself have been getting involved with superannuation. From…

The ‘what, why and how’ of contributing to super

Despite frequent changes to its governing rules, superannuation remains, for most people, a tax-effective environment in which to save for retirement. Here’s a quick Q&A on the what, why and how of contributing to superannuation from this…
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Super jargon explained

Although it’s constantly reported on in the media, many Australians do not fully understand superannuation jargon. We’ve identified some of the most common terms and explain them in language everyone can understand. Term Explanation Account…

Super in your 20s. Boring? Doesn’t have to be!

Superannuation is for the oldies, right? In some ways that’s true, but even in your twenties there are good reasons to take a bit more interest in your super. The average 25-year-old has around $10,000 in super, but the decisions you make…

Super in your 30s. It’s important to squeeze it in

If you are in your thirties, chances are life revolves around children and a mortgage. As much as we love our kids, the fact is they cost quite a lot. As for the mortgage, this is the age during which repayments are generally at their highest,…

How much do you know about superannuation?

If you’re an Australian resident over 18 and earning more than $450 in a calendar month, you are probably contributing to superannuation. In a nutshell, super is a strictly regulated, tax effective way of putting money aside for your retirement.…