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Since 1st July 2017 you have ability to contribute to super personally and still claim tax deduction for your contribution, which effectively provides you with the same outcome and benefit as salary sacrifice arrangement through your employer.
The US election is only a month away. Markets are now paying close attention to it for several reasons.
Superannuation can be really sexy and very exciting for your investing outcome, if you understand the game and use it to your advantage.
Superannuation, or super, is a form of savings for your retirement with money being contributed by your employer or you personally, if you choose to do so, over your working life, so you can enjoy retirement income, once you finish working.
A lot of clients have been asking me, why the market and shares keep going up after covid-crash in March, even though economy in all countries is not in good shape and is likely to be in recession.
It always made me question, why lives of people of similar backgrounds and circumstances might be so vastly different
In March 2020 markets around the world experience another market crash, but unlike GFC the recovery was fast and for many unexpected.
You are about to retire, and you want the best pension fund to get a good income stream. Or maybe you have been retired for a while and now want to improve your retirement fund? If this is you, let’s talk about it now.
As we are now dealing with the second wave of coronavirus in Victoria, everyone started worrying about the end of the stimulus package this September, which could be a bit of the suicide for our economy and our fiscal future as a country.
Today is a happy day for many retirees, as the second payment of $750 bonus, that is a part of the Coronavirus stimulus package, will start to be paid to almost 5 million people.
The coronavirus ‘curve’ of known cases has flattened out, suggesting social distancing measures have been successful in slowing the spread of the disease.
Doomed if you do, doomed if you don’t. We worry when the market drops heavily, but we also worry when it rises fast, as it might start dropping again at any time.