It's a question that will run through all of our minds. How much superannuation do we need for a comfortable retirement? In this article we look at two types of retirement lifestyle: modest and comfortable, and how much singles and couples need.
What will happen to your superannuation following separation? How is superannuation division decided? How can you arrange to split super with your ex-partner? Find out more in this article.
Have you spoken to your ageing loved ones about their plans? When is it time to talk about aged care? How can you start the conversation? What do you need to talk about? Find out the answers here.
Why do we argue about money? How do we have healthier conversations about money? It’s time to stop fighting about money. Also check out our Whitepaper ‘Money Mindsets’ to explore different theories to get your conversations started.
It’s never to early to start thinking about your Super – here are the basics of Australian superannuation.
What does the first meeting with a financial planner look like? Learn how it is done at Invest Blue.
Depending on how much you have in super, it’s worth considering any implications of withdrawing this money, such as how the money may be taxed, and whether a withdrawal may affect Centrelink payments, such as the Age Pension.
While nearly nine in 10 say they have a preference, less than five in 10 have discussed their wishes with their family. What about you?
Find out what info is likely to be on your credit card report, how it could affect your ability to borrow money, how you can get a copy of your report and flag potential errors if you happen to find any, and some other things you’ll want to be across.