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eNews – February 2024

In this month’s newsletter, we cover some of the super options available to Australians when they retire. Then, we look at a few strategies from the world of business that might help take your personal finances to the next level. 

We also tackle the subject of divorce and maintaining your financial independence while splitting with your partner. And for those approaching retirement, we explore some ways to keep the nerves at bay. Finally, we offer some tips for people whose super or investments might be fluctuating more than they’re comfortable with.

Enjoy the edition.

What do people typically do with their super when they retire?

If all has gone according to plan, you’ll have enough super to live comfortably in retirement. But there’s more than one way that super can be paid out, and what you choose to do with yours can ma…

How thinking like a business can help boost your personal finances

Many business owners understand the importance of keeping overhead low, profits high, and doing what they can to stay ahead of the curve. As individuals, we might be able to apply some of these strate…

Getting your finances sorted after a divorce

For some people, the financial impact of divorce can be as devastating as the emotional impact. Here are some tips to help you make it out the other side with your finances intact.

Transitioning to retirement with your health and sanity intact

It’s common for retirement to not live up to our expectations. If you’re feeling nervous about your post-work years, here are a few things to keep in mind.

Staying calm in the face of market volatility

Seeing your super or investments take a hit during a period of market volatility can be hard to stomach. But it pays to remember that fluctuations in share prices are part and parcel of investing.