Category Archive: 'Funding Retirement'

Six things to consider when investing for retirement

Many people aged between 50 and 65 are uncertain about being able to cover living expenses in retirement. In the past retirees could rely on the age pension to secure their retirement. Many retirees are now less confident about this source of support, as a growing number of baby boomers are retiring and the number […]

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6 Tips For Retiring Earlier

6 Tips For Retiring Earlier

Are you dreaming about an earlier retirement, but unsure how to go about it? According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, 40 per cent of Aussie men and 35 per cent of Aussie women are planning to work past age 70 because they are worried about their ‘financial security’ in retirement. But what if your […]

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Boost Your Retirement Income With Salary Sacrifice

Boost Your Retirement Income With Salary Sacrifice

By contributing into your super, you can reduce the amount of tax you pay while adding to your future retirement income. What is salary sacrifice? Put simply, salary sacrifice is where you pay a portion of your pre-tax salary or wages as an additional contribution to your superannuation account. How does it benefit you? When […]

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Funding Retirement Income In A Low Interest Rate Environment

Funding Retirement Income In A Low Interest Rate Environment

While a traditional bank deposit is generally regarded as one of the safest forms of investment, it also currently offers amongst the lowest returns. For those relying on bank deposits to fund their retirement income, the current record low interest rate environment offers little reward. For those approaching retirement, low interest rates could mean having […]

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