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  • Employer Newsreel Video Series - March 2020

    In this edition we're bringing you up to date with some important changes to superannuation that you should be aware of.

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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) and your super

    Understanding the impact of coronavirus on investment markets and what to consider when thinking about your super.

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  • Employer Newsreel Video Series - December 2019

    In this update, we're joined by Jodie Hampshire - Managing Director of Russell Investments Australia. Jodie talks to us about the connection between Nationwide Super and Russell Investments, and gives us her insights into the superannuation landscape heading into 2020.

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  • Employer Newsreel Video Series - Single Touch Payroll

    Welcome to the first ‘Small Business Super Business’ Newsreel by the Nationwide Super team. In this August 2019 update, we cover the key details of the government’s new Single Touch Payroll scheme that is now effective for businesses of any size in Australia.

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    Nationwide Super: The super fund for small business

    Nationwide Super is the super fund for small business. We’re here to cater for the changing needs of Australian workers and the small-to-medium-sized businesses employing them.

    As the Small Business Super Business, we keep it simple, and we’re here to support you and help you to make the most of your future, wherever you are, Nationwide. The brand refresh to Nationwide Super is designed to better reflect our work with business owners and their employees across Australia.

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Non-concessional contributions: What are they and who can make them?

With people working longer and retiring later, your super account is not something you can afford to ignore. Even if you only make a small contribution out of every paycheck, or a small lump sum at the end of each year, it can go a long way to boosting your numbers.

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Advantages of Being a Horse Trainer

Horse training is considered a growth industry, and is an industry where you don’t need a formal education to be successful. You do need to love what you are doing and for the first few years observe what successful people do.

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Should I Salary Sacrifice Some Of My Super?

Making voluntary contributions to your super fund is a great way to boost your retirement savings and help grow your nest egg for retirement more rapidly. Contributing to your super could also limit the amount of taxes that you pay each year. But is it the right option for you?

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Employer Newsreel Video Series – December 2019

In this update, we’re joined by Jodie Hampshire – Managing Director of Russell Investments Australia. Jodie talks to us about the connection between Nationwide Super and Russell Investments, and gives us her insights into the superannuation landscape heading into 2020.

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Buying a Newsagency

Buying a Newsagency Franchise — What’s Involved?

With some 4,000 newsagencies operating across Australia boasting turnover of $6 billion, the industry is not likely to disappear soon. Shoppers still prefer the convenience of popping into the neighbourhood store to grab a quick gift or stationery and envelopes to ordering online and waiting a few days for delivery. 

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Why is Superannuation compulsory in Australia?

In 1992, the government made superannuation compulsory to ensure that every working Australian saved for their retirement. The policy aimed to address the challenge of retirement income in three ways.

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