March Active insights
Active Super is doing all we can to support our members impacted by the devastating floods. If you’ve been impacted by the floods and are suffering significant financial hardship as a result, please read on for information on how we’re here to assist members.
In this month’s Active Insights we also offer some strategies that may help you boost your super in the lead up to retirement. Plus, our recent Over 60s webinar details how to make the most of your super and pension.
In a boost for low-income and part-time workers, those earning less than $450 a month before tax will now be entitled to receive super from their employers.
In his regular Economic Update, Chief Investment Officer Craig Turnbull discusses how the economic recovery faces some hurdles following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the catastrophic flooding across NSW and Queensland.
March Economic Update
The past few weeks have been eventful and challenging as the economic turnaround driven by consumers late last year is facing serious hurdles following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and catastrophic flooding across NSW and Queensland.Read More
Flood-affected member support
If you’ve been impacted by the floods and are suffering significant financial hardship as a result, please call us and let us know.Read More
The over 60s webinar
Learn more about how to make the most out of your pension. Lisa Judge, Manager, Member Advice and Education, explores recent trends, ins and outs of Centrelink and how a financial planner can help you.Read More
Planning for Pre-Retirement
Dean Godbee, Financial Planner, has some strategies to help boost your super balance in the lead up to retirement.Read More
Super boost for 300,000 workers
Low-income earners and women will be the main beneficiaries after a minimum salary threshold for receiving superannuation was abolished.Read More