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It’s not too late to get More in Super

It’s not too late to get More in Super

There’s a small window left before new rules stop you from adding as much to super as you can right now. It’s crunch time. Time to get advice before super as we know it changes. From 1 July 2017, new laws will limit the amount that goes into super across the board....
5 Tax Deductions to consider before EOFY

5 Tax Deductions to consider before EOFY

You’re probably well aware you can claim a tax deduction for general work-related expenses. But did you know you may be able to claim if: 1. You take a course or study. You may be able to claim a portion of self-education expenses if it’s related to your ability to...
Make the most of the Current Super Caps

Make the most of the Current Super Caps

Consider John and Jane’s story before new rules limit your super contributions and pension transfer options. John’s aged 65 and Jane is 60—they’re both about to retire. John has super assets totaling $2 million and Jane’s super balance is $300,000. Because neither has...
9 things To Check on Your Superannuation Statement

9 things To Check on Your Superannuation Statement

Your superannuation is an important pot of money – so make sure your super fund has all your details correct – and that you know what you’re paying for! Nine things to check on your next superannuation statement include: 1: That your personal details are accurate and...
How & When Can I Access My Super?

How & When Can I Access My Super?

Find out what you need to know about accessing your super, the Age Pension and your retirement options. Most people want to know when they can withdraw their super. And some people want to know if they can get their super released early. In this article, we explain...
Don’t let the ATO take Your Super

Don’t let the ATO take Your Super

YOUR lost retirement savings may be headed for the Australian Taxation Office without you even realising. From December 31, the account limit at which lost superannuation is now transferred from a super fund to the ATO rose from $2000 to $4000. This means any lost...