The rules and regulations regarding how you can use your super to fund your retirement are often tweaked and changed – even more so as the Government create ways of helping people minimise the financial impact of COVID-19, so it’s important to keep abreast of how those changes may affect you. Here’s what you need to know.
A number of changes have been made to how you can contribute to your super fund – including changes to the work test requirements and concessional contribution catch-ups.
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If you’re thinking about releasing some equity, a reverse mortgage is well worth your consideration, explains Crystal Wealth executive director John McIlroy.
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It’s wise to keep on top of your super, whether you’re accessing it now or not. From changes to the minimum withdrawals to eligibility to co-contributions, Crystal Wealth Director Louise Lakomy guides you through what you need to know.
By exploring these five questions you can set yourself up for the retirement you’ve always dreamed of, says Crystal Wealth Partners director, Louise Lakomy.
How many have you got, asks Crystal Wealth executive director, John McIlroy.
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