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Growing Super As a Young Person

Though it seems far away when you are young, it is never too early to start saving for your future.  Superannuation is a good way to save for retirement. However, many underestimate the amount of money they will need to retire. Here are some tips to help you grow your super savings in the early years.

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Tips For Women To Make Sure They Have Enough Super

There’s no doubt women have a much bigger task when it comes to saving for retirement. Small steps now can really make a big difference to your retirement savings. Find out how you can boost your super savings.

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Spring Clean Your Finances

Spring is in the air, and while you’re probably focusing on getting your home and garden looking good, don’t overlook the need to give your finances a thorough spring clean too. We look at five ways to put the spring back in your financial health.

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How Can I Access My Super?

There are rules about when you can access your super, and you can also decide how to take it – as a lump sum, a regular pension, or a combination of both. Learn more about how you can legally access some of your super savings.

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Quick tips to save on household essentials

ME’s 12th Household Financial Comfort Report revealed that cost of necessities is the biggest worry for 44% of Australian households.
That’s understandable, as these expenses can eat up a large chunk of our income. Here are some quick tips to save on household essentials.

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How Do Super Funds Work?

Superannuation is one of the best ways to save money for your retirement, and has rules set by the government to manage how super is paid and the tax concessions available to make it an attractive retirement savings option. Superannuation funds pool your money with other members’ money and invest it for you. Generally, you can’t access or use this money until you retire. Learn more.

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