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Pension investment update
Superannuation | 08.02.21 | 10 min read
Investment markets have been in recovery mode since early 2020, and the December quarter solidified that trend with strong gains.
ESG, responsible investing and your super
Superannuation | 01.02.21 | 5 min read
We believe in responsible investment. That means that we look at Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) issues when deciding how to invest members’ superannuation.
Equip delivers Top 10 investment results for 2020
Superannuation | 01.02.21 | 8 min read
Equip has delivered Top 10 investment returns for members in 2020.
Interest rates impact your retirement income
Financial Planning | 29.01.21 | 7 min read
With interest rates expected to remain low for the foreseeable future, it may be time to re-evaluate your investment strategy.
Spend or save? What to do with a little extra cash
Financial Planning | 25.01.21 | 5 min read
A sudden cash windfall means opportunities. And temptations. Here are some things to consider.
What does a Biden presidency mean for the economy?
Superannuation | 18.01.21 | 7 min read
From jobs and the economy to COVID-19, what does a Biden presidency mean for America and the global economy.
Ready to retire? 5 questions to ask yourself.
Is it time to put their feet up, and enjoy a more relaxed lifestyle? Ask yourself these 5 questions.
Are you owed money?
Investments | 18.01.21 | 5 min read
The Federal Government holds over $1.2 billion worth of unclaimed or lost money from around 1.5 million Australians. That’s an average of $800 per person.
Property vs the stock market.
Investments | 18.01.21 | 10 min read
Property vs the stock market. Which has performed better over the previous decade. And what does that mean for the years ahead?
COVID-19 and the 'pink recession'
Superannuation | 14.01.21 | 7 min read
Women have been more adversely impacted by the economic fallout of coronavirus than men. This has long term implications that threaten to undermine women’s health, earning power and retirement options.
Part-time work and the Age Pension
Retirement | 13.01.21 | 5 min read
More people are looking for part-time work to maintain their economic and social needs in retirement.
A financial planner saved this couple $35,000
Financial Planning | 13.01.21 | 5 min read
If you’re approaching retirement a financial planner can help you better understand your options and recommend the best way to structure your finances.
2021 New Year financial tips
Superannuation | 18.12.20 | 6 min read
If a difficult 2020 has left your finances looking a little worse for wear, the new year is the perfect opportunity to get back on track.
Is $300,000 enough for a comfortable retirement?
Superannuation | 17.12.20 | 5 min read
Most people who retire in Australia do so on a combination of their super and the Age Pension.
Superannuation | 26.10.20 | 5 min read
As we enter the home stretch for 2020, it looks like global markets have finally run out of steam, delivering slow but steady gains.
Superannuation | 22.10.20 | 7 min read
When can I retire?
Superannuation | 11.10.20 | 8 min read
You can retire whenever you want. The real issue is superannuation, the age pension, and how you’re going to support yourself.
The 2020-21 Federal Budget and your hip pocket
Superannuation | 07.10.20 | 5 min read
Although tax cuts and infrastructure programs feature prominently in the government’s plans, there are also superannuation changes, social security payments, and aged care amendments.
How to top-up your super after early access
Superannuation | 29.09.20 | 5 min read
An estimated 2.9 million Australians have accessed part of their super under early access rules. By the time the scheme ends at the end of the year it’s estimated that $42 billion will have been withdrawn.
Super, house prices and Nokia. A decade makes a difference.
The future has a habit of sneaking up on us. Superannuation is similar. It slowly builds up over time. And what began with a modest sum can become a significant nest egg.
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