If you are in retirement planning mode - whether you’re 8 weeks, 8 months, or 8 years away from retirement - you may be thinking to yourself “how do I actually get my super?”. While it is far more exciting to think about the fun things you have planned for retirement, like travelling or spending more time with your family, it is also important to be keeping a steady eye on your superannuation balance to ensure you are accumulating enough for retirement.
Post Series: COVID-19
- 1.Australian Government Fact Sheet: Early Access to Superannuation
- 2.Stimulus Efforts To Avert A Potential Australian Recession
- 3.Open Letter from CEO Daniel Brown
Download the Australian Government Early Access to Superannuation Fact Sheet here.
Australians have some tough decisions to make regarding their finances and how best to navigate the options made available to them by the Australian Government during the Covid-19 pandemic. As Financial Advisers, navigating these complex rules and regulations is our speciality.
Before you make any decisions about your financial future, now is the time to reach out. Making ill-informed decisions now can have a long-lasting impact on you and your family.
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