Key changes to super – FAQ

Super reforms start coming into effect on 1 July 2017. These changes may significantly impact the level of contributions you can make to super and the amount you can hold in retirement income streams. Click on the link below to be taken to Frequently Asked Questions surrounding the new laws.   Important Information This document…

How to break the super glass ceiling

Different work patterns and incomes mean that Australians don’t end up with the same super balances when they retire.  That’s why the Government is set to look at changes that could give Australians with interrupted work patterns more flexibility to boost their retirement savings. Women’s economic security in retirement is the focus.  After all, there…

Changes to super and how it affects you

  The super reforms originally announced in the 2016 Federal Budget will start to come into effect from 1 July 2017.  So what are the changes and what do they mean for you? This summary provides an outline for five of the most important changes.  It’s worth taking the time to have a read of the…

Boost your super before the rules change

Wednesday 23 November 2016, the Federal Government’s proposed changes to super rules were passed by Parliament.  This means that from 1 July 2017, the amount you can put into super each year will be reduced – which could impact your retirement plans.  So before the changes happen, it’s a good idea to consider whether you…