Remember when retirement meant giving up work for a week full of Saturdays? One thing YourLifeChoices has learnt over 20 years of publishing retirement news and resources is that the retirement landscape has changed – and is a constantly evolving entity.

But now, as ever, a successful retirement takes planning and knowledge.

Retirement is the opportunity to seek new challenges, to try something different in the workforce or realise some of the dreams you’ve held throughout your working life. It requires planning for your whole future, and not just focusing on your finances.

YourLifeChoices is Australia’s largest and longest running retirement resource, here to help you with timing and planning your retirement, with information on transitioning to retirement and living in retirement, as well as how much is enough and essential retirement income information and resources.

And our quarterly Retirement Affordability Index will keep you up to date with accurate and relevant retirement costs of living, government updates and expert analysis, commentary and opinions.



The gap that could ruin your retirement

Chasm between super balances and what's needed for a comfortable retirement.


What to consider before switching super funds

The new year has arrived and now might be the time to consider switching super funds.


Retirement ‘types’ – which one are you?

Coach Jon Glass says there are four broad retirement ‘types' and outlines their chall


Spike in demand for help with pensions

But Services Australia says processing goals are met 80 per cent of the time.


How to keep your retirement on track

Humans have a natural preference for things to stay as they are. But in a world where c


Rudi Hardy post a comment 5 days ago

Centrelink Q&A: When is the best time for my wife to retire?

Very good advice but really, does not everyone know that by now. Retired 10 years

Rusty post a comment 1 week ago

What to consider before switching super funds

And don’t forget to ask them to transfer your insurance. I failed to do this

Greg post a comment 2 weeks ago

Few Aussies have enough super for a comfortable retirement: research

I think their comfortable figures are far too high. We've been spending around $38K for

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