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Plan for tomorrow, today
Retirement information and inspiration for every age.
We all want to retire comfortably. But how much superannuation do you need? How much super should you have saved by the time you're 40, 50 or 60 years old? How do you find lost super? And after you figure all of this out, where are the best places to retire in Australia?
Our retirement hub has the answers to all these questions plus more. So, what do you want to learn more about?
How much I'll need for retirement
Whether you're about to retire, half-way through your working life or just joining the workforce, it's important to know how much superannuation you'll need to fund your retirement. Learn how much you'll need in this guide.
How to change super funds
Thinking of changing your super fund because you want one with lower fees or a longer history of solid returns? You can easily switch super funds online in four steps.
Money saving tips for when I'm retired
Here's some great money-saving tips to help you cut down on your expenses and ensure your retirement savings go further when you're no longer earning a full-time income. Some small changes can make a big difference.
Finding lost super
If you've ever changed jobs or had multiple jobs at the one time, you could have thousands of dollars in lost or unclaimed super. It's your money, so why not claim it today? Here’s how to find it and bring it home.
From retirement savings accounts and pension accounts to credit cards and loans, we compare a large range of products that are specifically tailored to those no longer working.
Or perhaps you're just joining the workforce and are nowhere near retirement yet? Don't worry, we also compare super funds so you can get your retirement savings started.
Credit cards for retired people
You can still get a credit card when you're on a pension or if you're retired. Compare your options and learn how to apply here.
Loans for retired people
Lenders will still consider you for a personal loan as a retiree. Find out what your loan options are in our guide below.
Compare super funds now to enjoy a stress-free retirement later. Here's how to find to right fund for your needs.
Self managed super funds
Take your superannuation into your own hands with a self-managed super fund.
New government schemes, explained
Owning a home is a major steps towards living a comfortable, financially secure retirement in Australia. The government has introduced a range of new schemes to help young Australians purchase their first home, and to help older Australians sell theirs when they're ready to downsize.
Superannuation Downsizing Scheme
This new scheme makes it easier for older Australians to downsize from their family home and add the proceeds to their super. Here's how it works.
The latest news in retirement, superannuation, investing and more
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An important discussion about the gender gap in Australia's superannuation and retirement system with Future Super's managing director Kirstin Hunter.Read more…
The new super salary sacrificing legislation that came into action from 1 January 2020 is good news for workers.Read more…
Here’s what you need to know about changing super funds including how to do it, the fees that apply, how long it takes and the pros and cons of switching.Read more…
Young Australians are pessimistic about their retirement, but they have one big advantage over older generations.Read more…
QSuper and UniSuper were the best performing growth funds for the year, while AustralianSuper had the best returns over the last 10-year period.Read more…
Calls to keep the super guarantee at 9.5% rather than the proposed 12%, and instead reduce super fund fees.Read more…
If women are paid super when on maternity leave, we're one step closer to eliminating the gender super gap.Read more…
Young Australians estimate they'll need between $1.5m and $1.74m in savings to retire.Read more…