The following articles have the tag retirement planning
The number of people returning to the workforce after retiring is growing.
When retirement planning becomes life planning it is a challenging, fun and fulfilling task.
Retirement planning is complex, but these trends are set to make things even harder.
It’s episode 49 of Mind Your Own Retirement with your effervescent host and the holder ...
In this week's podcast, host John Deeks talks to Patrick Veyret about credit card interest ...
There may be things we wouldn’t want to know, but it would help retirement planning.
Australia’s favourite voice, John Deeks, is back to host episode 47 of the Mind Your ...
It’s that time of the week again – time to Mind Your Own Retirement – ...
John talks to money man Noel Whittaker about when to tell Centrelink about your reduced ...
Australia’s favourite voice of Aussie TV and radio John Deeks takes the reins for episode ...
It’s been a bit tricky trying to coordinate recording our podcast, considering strict social isolation ...
Our favourite money man is Noel Whitaker. Noel has very kindly made himself available to ...
First up, we've got Judy Rafferty. Judy is a psychologist of many years. Delightful person ...
This week’s podcast of Mind Your Own Retirement we are joined by Jean Kittson, Jonathan ...
This week’s podcast of Mind Your Own Retirement we are joined by John Cowling, Renée ...
For the first time, there are now more people over the age of 65 than ...
Are you thinking about retiring soon? Here’s a checklist to help you decide if you’re ...
In the past decade a 30-year trend to earlier retirement has been reversed.
Institute claims longevity tables are faulty and could ruin retirees’ strategies.
Staggering number of YourLifeChoices members don’t ever want to retire from work.
What comes to mind when you think of your retirement? Is it excitement?
As a valued member of YourLifeChoices’ website, you know our mission is to deliver up-to-date, ...
What you need to know to make the most of your retirement savings.
Here are the strategies that can make your superannuation go further.
Take part in our Friday Flash Poll and help us solve the aged care mystery.
Super comparison websites can be useful in helping you to compare super funds.
We explore the challenges – for government budgets, support services and your planning.
Have you done the necessary planning before beginning your transition?
No matter how good your planning is, there are always unforeseen expenses.
A growing proportion of Australian retirees living on a fixed income are finding it increasingly ...
Are rising household costs outstripping your retirement income?
Should buyers trial retirement village living before they sign a contract?
The latest insights into what retirement living really costs.
Here are five important questions retirees forget to ask their planner.
When it comes to retirement, it’s easy to confuse success with happiness.
Find out how the super changes will affect you from 1 July 2017.
Investigating the real cost of living in retirement for all retirement households in Australia.
Older Australians are taking control and acting to save their own retirements.
Super laws change on 1 July – do you know how it will affect your ...
Super laws change on 1 July and they may still effect your retirement income.
Super laws change on 1 July – do you have to review your retirement plans?
What happens to your super when you die isn't something most people consider.
How can you make the most of super and your retirement income?
Plan retirement using these five steps to guide you to your ideal lifestyle.
YourLifeChoices Publisher Kaye Fallick chats with members of the Today show to discuss how you ...
Most people think money is the most important part of preparing for retirement.
More than half of working Australians are not retirement-ready at all.
Changes to the Age Pension asset test mean retirement saving is pointless.
Are household expenses in retirement starting to get you down?
The volatility of the stock market means that most opt for safe shares.
Choosing someone to be responsible for your financial plan is a big decision.
Softening of the proposed superannuation changes may be on the cards
It’s understandable that many anxieties surround retirement.
Here are some important financial deadlines that you should note.
When a lump-sum super withdrawal runs out, or returns are not as expected, what happens ...
There is a clear gap between our retirement dreams and income reality.
Customers of the CBA could have a fee reimbursement coming their way.
Early retirement is the dream held by many, but realised by few.
There’s more to retirement planning than financial focus
It’s easy to come up with reasons not to visit a financial planner.
Our finance expert Richard Shermon explains the finer points of retirement.
New research shows an increase in people seeking advice when switching super.
Frank has a few questions on how his super might affect his Age Pension.
Pauline has heard that she may not be entitled to super from her employer.
Gaye would like to know if super is a good alternative to a high-interest account.
David Murray has called on the government to overhaul the retirement incomes framework.
Barry is unsure of the process of retiring and advising his SMSF.
MySuper has been around for almost two years, but do you know how it works?
Did you know you have a 50 per cent chance of outliving your retirement savings?
Just how clever are you when it comes to investing?
Choosing whether to take your super as a lump sum or pension depends on your ...
There is a way to uses your super savings to generate an income.
Our quick guide will help you to understand your super better.
Conflicted payments prevent planners from offering the most appropriate advice.
CHOICE has called on the government to halt ASIC funding cuts.
As NICRI’s Craig Hall explains, even the simplest money mistakes can cost you dearly.
Keith is questioning whether he has sufficient funds to start an SMSF.
Time and time again we’re told that baby boomers are a burden on our country’s ...
A simple financial health check is the first step to a successful year money-wise
We suggest five financial faux pas you should rectify as soon as possible.
David Murray highlights the urgent need for a major overhaul of the financial advice sector.
FoFA legislation under fire as senators back flip on agreement.
How will the FoFA legislative changes will affect you.
An estimated 533,000 women over 65 are living under the poverty line.
Included in the legislation to repeal the mining is changes to the SGC.
A new initiative, GetCreditScore, has launched as part of MoneySmart Week.
How do you know if you’re in the right superannuation fund?
The top destinations which offer the best value for your retirement.
Age Discrimination Commissioner, Susan Ryan, explains your rights.
Discover exactly which budget items will take effect today.
Is it any wonder that consumers are reluctant to seek financial advice, when safeguards are ...
The schedule for increasing the superannuation guarantee has been amended.
Are online SMSFs reputable and do you really need one?
What a year it’s been for retirees and those planning to do so.
Glen is planning ahead for his retirement and would like to know what is included ...
An essential guide to assist you in assessing your goals for the later stage of ...
Staggeringly, $1 million will not be enough to retire on in the very near future
52 per cent of Australians don’t know what fees they are paying on super accounts.
These five tips from Craig Hall of NICRI can help you make the right super ...
What’s wrong with retirement planning in Australia? Everything!
Is there anyone who actively monitors superannuation funds?
How much extra super will you receive after 1 July?
A new type of low fee super account will be available from 1 July
From 1 July 2013 older workers may be eligible to earn more superannuation
Craig Hall from NICRI clarifies the new rules for financial planners.
If you had $70,000 to invest, what would be your best options?
If you’re a self-funded retiree, you may have suffered considerable financial losses as a result of the global financial crisis. With some smart accounting, you may be eligible for Centrelink benefits. As the end of the current financial year looms, now is the time to consider ...
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