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Women retire with 40% less in super than men.

Women tend to live longer and have less super. But with the right support women can make their super last as long as they do.

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60% of our retirement income (on average) is generated after we retire.4

So 'keeping active' is important in more ways than one.

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1995 was a great year to retire. But retiring in 1994 could have really set back your retirement savings.

You can protect your retirement savings no matter when you retire.

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In the last 10 years, the cost of electricity has gone up 133%. That's quite a shocking statistic.

Inflation is one of the biggest threats to your retirement. But it's easy to manage.

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Don't get tripped up by taxes.

There are some unique tax rules that affect super and retirement wealth. But there's a lot you can do to make your retirement wealth tax-efficient.

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You may need a lump sum of $510,000 to fund a comfortable retirement.9

It's not as daunting as it sounds. You can change your future today.

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Want to know how much income you'll need each week to live a comfortable retirement?

A couple needs $1,114.78 per week to live well in retirement.10 That's achievable if you plan properly.

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You have a 50% chance of outliving your retirement savings by 13 years.11

Living longer is a great thing if you have the right plan to manage your financial future.

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Plan for six months off work due to illness or accident. Seriously.13

75% of Australians need a long recovery period at some time or another. Protect your most important asset — you.

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60% of families will run out of money in a year without the main earner.14

Yours will be thankful that you thought ahead.

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You could be a lot better off if you invest in super not just your mortgage.

It's never too early to save for your retirement — and it's tax effective.

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If you're under 60 and withdraw your super lump sum, this could cost you 17% of any amount over $185,000.17

If you're under 60, there are better ways to move into retirement.

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The average Australian carries $50,000 in debt when they retire.18

But you can make sure you have the income to cover your debt.

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