They say 60 is the new 40. And while it’s true that today’s over 50s are healthy and active for longer than previous generations, many in this position begin to dream about scaling back their work commitments so they can start ticking off their bucket list.
Compulsory superannuation has been around for 26 years, long enough to become a valuable source of retirement income. But even though the vast majority of us have money tucked away in a super account, it’s surprising how many myths and misconceptions there are about super.
At first glance, investing can seem daunting. So much complex information and so little time to absorb and act on it when you’re busy getting on with life. It’s little wonder that so many of us put it in the ‘too hard’ basket for longer than is good for our wealth.
The Pulse Recent economic data continues to show that the major economies are all growing and that global growth is accelerating In Japan, the recent elections returned Prime Minister Shizo Abe’s Liberal Democratic Party with a larger majority allowing a continuation of Abenomics In the US, markets reacted favourably to the details of the Republican […]
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