Three Simple Strategies to Rebuild your Retirement Savings

Research recently conducted by Colonial First State has revealed that:

45% of Australians are either scared or don’t feel financially confident about retiring.

23% of 30-65-year-olds think that they will have to delay retirement due to Covid-19.

Covid has caused significant social, emotional, and physical upheaval for many.

The good news story, however, is that people tend to be more engaged with their super and retirement right now. Even where there has been many that have participated in the early super withdrawal program, this crisis has prompted people to think about their financial goals and objectives

Here are three simple strategies to consider to rebuild your retirement savings:

  1. Know what you need to retire comfortably.

As your adviser, we work with you to ascertain what you need to live the life that you want to live in retirement.

  1. Contribute a little and often to your super.

Small top-ups can make a huge difference when you retire. If you can afford to, put a little of your tax return away. Or if there is a little extra left over at the end of the month contribute a small amount to your fund.

  1. Check if you are eligible for government support.

Including the lower income tax offset. If your financial circumstances have changed recently, you might now qualify whereas you did not a few months ago

Most importantly, please contact the office if you would like to further discuss either your retirement objectives or even to discuss how best to manage your financial wellbeing.


The information contained in this article is general information only. It is not intended to be a recommendation, offer, advice or invitation to purchase, sell or otherwise deal in securities or other investments. Before making any decision in respect to a financial product, you should seek advice from an appropriately qualified professional.

We believe that the information contained in this document is accurate. However, we are not specifically licensed to provide tax or legal advice and any information that may relate to you should be confirmed with your tax or legal adviser.

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