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July 20th, 2017
An offer to help you get your superannuation money early might seem like a great idea. But if you agree to it you could end up in a lot of trouble, according to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC).
June 30th, 2017
Andrew Jewell, First Super’s Financial Advice & Education Manager explains the changes to the Concessional Contributions Cap and what it means to your Super. Recently, some members have been asking me what impact the reduction in the Concessional Contribution cap will have on their salary sacrifice contributions. There is a wider implication especially where the […]
May 18th, 2017
While there is no need to use a lawyer to make an insurance claim through your super fund, some people decide to do so. That means it’s important to know when to involve a lawyer and what to watch out for when hiring a lawyer. There is no need to use a lawyer to lodge […]
Measures to tackle home affordability were a key focus of this year’s Federal Budget, along with a company tax cut, an increase in the Medicare levy, changes to school funding models and the introduction of a new bank levy. There were no other major superannuation changes announced, though it is worth keeping in mind that […]