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With scams constantly reaching new heights each and every year, scam research reports are being regularly published every few years. The main focus of these reports is to expose common investment scams along with the scam’s targeted victims. One of the fastest growing financial scam today...

In your younger years, you were most likely a lot like many other young Aussies; spending time enjoying your life and possibly feeling as though your retirement years were a long way off, so saving and planning for retirement probably took a bit of a...

If you’re in your 50s, the likelihood of you having some money in your super fund is quite high. Even in your pre-retirement years, the prospect of retiring may seem a long way off, which is why most don’t stay motivated and engaged with their...

For many years, the desired age of retirement was age 65 with many people trying to save, plan, and prepare so they could finally exit the workforce and enter into a new stage of life. However, more and more Australians will not retire at age...

With more Australians retiring later than they had originally planned, the demand for the perfect retirement destination has increased. This could largely be due to the fact that Aussies are staying in the workplace longer (either at their full-time career or at a part-time job)...

Your superannuation fund, a topic everyone and their dog seems to be talking about these days, is an investment vehicle and not an actual investment. This is probably why so many Australians (both the general public and different professionals alike) appear to be confused by...

With the upcoming super changes expected to take place July 1, 2017, you could be one of many Australians tempted not to put your focus on your super or your retirement. For example, two of the major changes are a cut in the contributions caps...

Retirement planning seems to have a bad reputation among the majority of Australians between the ages of 45 and 65 years old. When it comes to addressing the issue of planning for retirement, it seems many of us more “mature” Aussies enjoy the bliss of...