Considering retirement and starting to plan the rest of your life, there are some important decisions you need to make. When you see a financial adviser, you might be surprised to find they’re not always financial. These are some questions you might need to consider to prepare for retirement.
In November 2016, the Federal Government passed into law superannuation reforms that were first announced in the May 2016 Federal Budget. Importantly, these changes include reductions in the amount that can be contributed to superannuation
When —and how —should I retire? The answer to this question is never simple. We approach retirement armed with a lifetime of experience but at the same time we have no idea what to expect. Making the transition with confidence requires careful attention to many interconnected issues.
Achieving any goal in life usually involves starting with a plan. Investing is no different. One of the most important things to understand before you embark on an investment plan is the relationship between risk and return.
Retirement is a life-changing event. After you stop working, you can find yourself with time to do the things you may not have been able to do before, like travelling, volunteering or spending more time with family and friends.