The investment staff at Australia's leading superannuation funds are beginning to adopt defensive investment strategies as they grow increasingly wary of a possible market correction in the next two years.
John Collett Retirees are being stung with high costs for their allocated pensions, leaving them with less income in retirement.
John Collett Retirees who roll-over their superannuation into an account-based pensions risk paying high costs that will eat into their retirement nest egg.
David Potts Economists have been scratching their heads over a puzzle that has a bearing on everything from interest rates to the dollar.
Clancy Yeates Key measures of valuation suggest rapid house price growth cannot continue at this pace.
David Potts Don’t dismiss small stocks for your investment portfolio. They can often outperform the big corporates.
David Potts The secret is stepping up your loan repayments and then borrowing whatever the extra was to invest.
David Potts 3.5 per cent
John Collett Retirees do not blow their retirement savings and then fall back on the age pension.
John Collett Proposed changes to the assets testing for the age pension in the budget are going to affect more people over time as they retire with larger superannuation balances.