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Five tips to boost your super

Here are some clever tips that make topping up your super savings simple.

By Joel Atputharaj

FEATURE STORY

Making the most of super contributions

Is super a good investment? “Duh” says regular columnist and superannuation expert John Wasiliev.

By John Wasiliev 

FEATURE STORY

What is super?

It’s one of the most tax-effective ways to save for your retirement, it’s compulsory and it’s your money. And knowing what super is and how it works can help you save for a great life after work.

By Russell Investments

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Set sail for a super future

Think like a skipper and use smart navigational tools to steer your super to a great destination.

By Darren Strauss

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Job change and your super

Changing jobs can be a big deal but managing your super through the process doesn’t have to be.

By Martin Kennedy

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2021-22 super fund returns: an analysis

High inflation, rising interest rates and market volatility impacted super fund returns in 2021-22, but time is a healer.

By Daniel Choo

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son

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Guide to your member statement

You will soon receive your superannuation member statement. Here’s a quick guide to help you interpret what it tells you about your super.

By Son Nguyen

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Jodie Cook

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More super, less effort

Little in life comes for free but some superannuation strategies can help you boost your account balance with barely any outlay.

By Jodie Cook

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Ofalyn

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The art of after-tax contributions

What’s super got to do with bonsai? You’d be surprised at the similarities. There are super lessons to learn from people who nurture miniature trees.

By Ofalyn Ayuk

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Which before-tax contribution suits you?

To boost your super balance should you: (a) salary sacrifice or (b) contribute personally? Take our quick quiz.

By Joel Atputharaj

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SUPER 101

Five tips to boost your super

Here are some clever tips that make topping up your super savings simple.

By Joel Atputharaj

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SUPER 101

Luggage lessons for super

Packing for your holiday is a bit like preparing your super.

By Daniel Choo

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SUPER 101

Kicking super goals in 2022

New Year, new goals. How to think about personalised goal setting.

By Jodie Hampshire

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SUPER 101

Making the most of super contributions

Is super a good investment? “Duh” says regular columnist and superannuation expert John Wasiliev.

By John Wasiliev

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SUPER 101

Your super: What's under the hood?

Understanding how your super is invested is a big step towards getting ready for life after work. The good news is—given enough time—it often grows!

By Daniel Choo

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SUPER 101

What is super?

It's one of the most tax-effective ways to save for your retirement, it's compulsory and it's your money. And knowing what super is. and how it works can help you save for a great life after work.

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