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Three ways to boost your super savings

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Our MyFuture calculator is a great way of seeing whether your super's on track to deliver the comfortable retirement lifestyle you're after. It not only looks at super, but also at any government age pension entitlement you may have to give a complete picture.


You'll be surprised at the number of ways you can boost your super, even if you're earning a lower income. The earlier you act, the greater the long-term reward. So take a look now at some of the ideas that can make a difference.



How to achieve a comfortable retirement

Superannuation  |  26.05.16  |   5 min duration

How much money do I need for a comfortable retirement? If you're approaching retirement age it's a question you've probably been asking yourself. Financial planner, Steven Perrett, says the answer is different for everyone.

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It’s very concerning that year after year Australian women are retiring with nearly half the savings of their male counterparts and that the gap in median balances appears to have widened.

Tom Garcia
CEO, Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees (AIST)

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*The super gap in 2012 was 47% with average superannuation balances at the time of retirement $105,000 for women and $197,000 for men – a difference of $92,000. Figures provided by Industry Super Australia.

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