April active insights
Members are reminded to be on the lookout for potential scams from fraudsters looking to access your accounts. Always safeguard your personal information and think twice when you receive unexpected calls or emails.
This month we look at the difficulties women face when it comes to saving for retirement, what impact renting will have on people’s super once they stop working, and the growing trend of commercial tenants seeking quality, sustainable buildings.
In his regular Economic Update, Chief Investment Officer Craig Turnbull discusses the bullish sentiment behind the stock market’s recent recovery, we unpack Active Super’s transformation into a digital and member-focused super fund and introduce our newest Active Rewards partner.
April economic update
The Australian stock market has staged a recovery, not only from the initial sell-off following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, but also from the downturn at the start of the year.Read More
When we think about scams, we may immediately think of the effect as being the loss of money, but there’s also an emotional impact.Read More
Trippas White Group
Enjoy 15% off all food and beverage at a selection of premium bars and restaurants including SkyFeast, Bar 83, Botanic House and more.Read More
Renting in retirement
The prospect of a generation of Australians entering retirement while still renting raises serious questions about what it will mean for these people and their superannuation needs.
BUDGET BULLETIN 2022-23
Australians were offered a raft of measures as part of the Morrison government’s pre-election budget.Read More
WOMEN AND SUPER – HOW TO NARROW THE GAP
Research shows the odds are stacked against Australian women when it comes to saving for retirement. But there are ways for women to narrow the gap. Start by getting active with your super.