New fund tops superannuation satisfaction rankings

With most super funds providing record returns last financial year, it is hardly surprising that satisfaction is through the roof.

Federal Government

Warnings as Labor agrees to lock in government’s ‘Budget booby trap’

Labor has announced it will support the government's tax cuts for high income earners.


Seven biggest mistakes people make when selling a house

Ready to sell your home? There are seven common mistakes most people make when selling property and our experts tell you how to avoid them.


Treasury claims that Australians aren’t spending their super rubbished

Industry figures take Treasury to task over report that says most retirees aren't spending their superannuation.

Banking & Investment

What is an ETF and why should they be part of your retirement plan?

When you're getting started on your exchange traded funds (ETF) journey, there can be a lot of information to process, which can sometimes be overwhelming. Let's get you started.


Explained: How to dispute an Age Pension decision

Centrelink bases decisions about Age Pension payments on a variety of factors, but it is possible to dispute their assumptions.


The top 10 performing super funds of 2020-21 revealed

Last financial year was massive for super funds, with even the worst performers recording double digit returns.


Experts call for end to generous super tax concessions

In the 2019 financial year, 27 of Australia's biggest self-managed super funds held more than $100 million each in concessionally taxed savings.

Seniors Finance

When COVID is behind us, Aussies are going to have to pay more tax

The biggest unstated message from the intergenerational report released during the lull between lockdowns is that we will need more tax.


What you must check when you receive your super fund statement

The key areas that will show whether your fund is the best fund for you.

Seniors Finance

Why the rate of older Aussies with ‘younger person debt’ has doubled

Student loans are usually only associated with younger people, but the number of people over 60 with this debt has more than doubled in the past five years.

Estate planning & wills

When should you make an advance health plan?

Around 80 per cent of older Australians don't have an end-of-life plan in place. We take you through the steps you need to know to create an advance care plan.

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