Tag Archives: Planning for Retirement
Posted on 01. Dec, 2020 by admin.
As your working life draws to a close, your social life and recreational activities don’t have to. If you’re anxious about money still owing, here are some helpful hints. Ahh retirement! You may have been dreaming about it for decades. You see yourself hanging up the work boots, putting away the laptop, swinging in a […]
Posted on 01. Apr, 2020 by admin.
Women starting a family benefit most from the government’s low-income super contribution. Women are the biggest recipientsi of the low-income super tax offset (LISTO). The number of females eligible for the tax break increases significantly around the time they start having children. How low income super tax offset (LISTO) works LISTO is a government superannuation payment […]
Posted on 09. Jul, 2019 by admin.
The wave of older Australians will continue to grow over the coming decades. As such, we can no longer afford to ignore the issues around aged care with over 1 million retirees already accessing aged care services in Australia. Planning ahead can help to demystify aged care and reduce stress levels. With awareness and pre-planning, […]
Posted on 01. Mar, 2019 by admin.
Many younger Australians are joining the Financial Independence, Retire Early (FIRE) movement. Is it right for you? When you’re starting out in the workforce and building your career, retirement can seem like a long way away. And with the age at which you can access your super and age pension creeping up—not to mention the […]
Posted on 01. Jul, 2018 by admin.
© AMP Life Limited. First published January 2018 If you’re wondering what you might do with your super money when you do access it, remember there will be a number of things to weigh up and look into. How can I take my super? Taking super as a lump sum A lump sum could help […]
Posted on 01. Jun, 2018 by admin.
© AMP Life Limited. First published March 2018 If your other half is a stay-at-home parent, working part-time or out of work, adding to their super could benefit you both financially. If your spouse (husband, wife, de facto or same-sex partner) is a low-income earner or not working at the moment, chances are they’re accumulating […]
Posted on 01. Sep, 2016 by admin.
You may be aware that the Age Pension assets test will change from 1 January 2017, impacting the thresholds by which the value of assets owned (excluding the family home) are based on, before you may lose your eligibility for the Age Pension. These changes are aimed at increasing the amount of people eligible for […]
Posted on 01. Jul, 2016 by admin.
Will you be a honeymooner, a go – getter or a relaxer? The first year of retirement is one of transition in which you will need to adjust to major changes that can bring big rewards. Some of the changes may include; preparing mentally for the shift to not working full-time, adjusting to not getting […]
Posted on 21. Mar, 2011 by admin.
According to expert portfolio managers, two of the best times to buy equities during this investment lifetime were after the economic recoveries of 1974 and 1990. The lead-up periods to each of these recoveries were also the closest in terms of economic meltdown to what we have recently been through, and are facing now. In 1974 and 1990, after the first spurt of economic growth, growth decelerated again (as it has in this past quarter) before the economy took off again.
Posted on 23. Dec, 2010 by admin.
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