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Posted by Neville Hughes on 11.10.2019

Government Co-Contribution to Super

It may not be as generous as it once was, but the numbers still add up for the Government co-contribution – which is effectively a free hit for your super if you earn less than $53,564 p.a.

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Topics: Superannuation, Personal Financial Planning

Posted by Neville Hughes on 23.08.2019

Protect yourself through superannuation

The attractiveness of superannuation as an investment and savings vehicle is well known. Although the federal government places limits on the amount of tax-effective contributions we can make, the ability to structure insurance arrangements through super remains.

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Topics: Superannuation, Wealth creation, Risk Management

Posted by Neville Hughes on 8.08.2019

Building your Superannuation Balance

There are two types of contributions that can be made to your super account, concessional contributions and non-concessional contributions:

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Topics: Superannuation, Retirement Planning, Wealth creation

Posted by GTC Financial Services on 23.11.2016

A tale of two retirements – which would you choose?

Sam and Sally Smith have worked hard all their lives, paid their taxes and, now they have retired, they feel they are entitled to a full age pension.

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Topics: Superannuation

Posted by GTC Financial Services on 10.11.2016

Funding a fulfilling future

The title for the oldest Australian rests with Christina Cock who was 114 years, 148 days old when she died in 2002. While there aren’t many people who could claim to reach such a fine age, the 2015 Intergenerational Report tells us that Australians are living longer. This means that we all need to plan for more years in retirement than any previous generation.

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Topics: Superannuation

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