A series of difficult consequences awaits those who haven't yet sought adequate advice on early access to their superannuation.
Drastic times have called for drastic measures in terms of access to superannuation. At the heart of it all is the repeated question: what is the purpose of super, and how will that change in the future?
How can accountants remain the first port of call for employers looking to choose a MySuper default fund without crossing the divide into advice land?
An estimated A$2.3 billion in superannuation is tangled and unpaid in the Australian system. Here’s how to keep track of your crucial lifelong investment.
Australians pay a high cost for their compulsory superannuation system.
Improving the financial resilience of First Nations people can change lives, and there's a role for accountants.
Rising wealth and longevity - throw blended families into the mix and conditions are ripe for family acrimony and legal action when someone dies and their estate is distributed.
The argument over raising compulsory employer superannuation contributions often misses the impact on the wider economy and ignores alternatives to boosting retirement incomes.
What's a comfortable retirement income in Australia, and how much super do Australians need to achieve it? It depends on who you ask.
The growth of cashed-up superannuation funds raises questions about what they will do with all their money, and how they will deliver the best outcome for members.