SuperBooster: Five super stories you need to read
Money magazine's SuperBooster project is underway and Aussies are getting on board to check, consolidate and contribute in order to set themselves up for a more comfortable retirement.
But if you still need a little nudge, here are five stories to explain how you can take control of your super.
Moved house and forgotten to tell your super? Not sure how many funds you have? It's time for a check-up for your super.
Making coffee at work a couple of times a week instead of buying it could mean an extra $50,000 in your super fund at retirement.
Casual workers who miss out on employer-paid super contributions can grow their retirement savings with these 12 steps.
Now is the time to do some housekeeping and top up your super.
Did you know that most people under 75 are now able to claim a tax deduction for after-tax super contributions?