In today’s video we talk about ways in which you can optimise your superannuation.
We look at two issues in particular:
1) If you have multiple superannuation accounts you need to get professional advice to consolidate where possible. You should not do this on your own, as you may lose valuable insurance benefits in the process.
We recently saved a client couple over $8,500 p.a. by consolidating various super accounts they had.
2) You need to make sure that your super investment strategy is in line with your risk profile and time frame to retirement.
We often see young clients who hold the majority of their super benefits in cash, which would typically not be appropriate.
Superannuation will be a significant part of your retirement funding, so you need to take an active interest in your super.
If you would like to find out more, please contact me at Yves@affluenceprivate.com.au.
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