Seniors are being encouraged to look hard at how they will finance their retirement, rather than give away lump sums to help their children.
A report by National Seniors Australia and Challenger.
The National Seniors Australia (National Seniors) study reported here was an online survey designed to collect information as part of the 2017 National Seniors Social Survey (NSSS)
It asked participants about their experiences, intentions and attitudes across a range of areas including health and social wellbeing, finance, work, and retirement.
Join the Melbourne City branch of National Seniors Australia for their November meeting where they will be addressed by Russell Lees, Vice President of the Australian Investors Association.
Join the Melbourne City branch of National Seniors Australia for a discussion on Investing in Uncertain Times, with a focus on superannuation, with speakers from Dixon Advisory.
Join us for our seminar in Albury: Financial Implications of Transitioning to Retirement presented by Basil La Brooy, National Seniors Financial Information Desk.
Victorian members of National Seniors can boost their financial knowledge at seminars in Melbourne on Monday, 9 October.
National Seniors Financial Information Desk senior officer Basil La Brooy will be presenting information aimed at helping people understand their own situation and resources.
Topics include opportunities for those who will be fully self-funded in retirement, Government Income Support (GIS) and equity release products.
Join us for morning tea and our seminar: Progressing in retirement presented by Basil La Brooy, National Seniors Financial Information Desk.
Join us for a light breakfast and our seminar: Preparing for retirement presented by Basil La Brooy, National Seniors Financial Information Desk.
Nearly $18 billion in ‘lost’ super is waiting to be claimed, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) says.
As at 30 June 2017, there were more than 6.3 million lost and ATO-held super accounts.
The figures show that super funds are holding $14.12 billion of lost super, with a further $3.75 billion of unclaimed super held by the ATO.
A second legal firm is calling on former residents of Aveo retirement villages to join a class action.
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers is seeking former Aveo retirement housing residents who paid departure fees from 2013 onwards.
The class action, which would be conducted on a no-win, no-fee basis, follows a joint Fairfax Media/ABC Four Corners investigation in June that revealed questionable business practices by the Aveo Group.