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contributing to your spouses super Contribute to your spouse's super for a tax offset

You may be eligible for as much as $540 as an Australian Government tax offset for spouse contributions.

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The House of Representatives at Parliament House, Canberra. Budget recap: of 2017 super changes

Ahead of the Australian Government’s 2018 Budget in May, we revisit changes to superannuation that were announced in 2017.

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Rethinking the role of the Chief Investment Officer Rethinking the role of the Chief Investment Officer

QSuper Chief Investment Officer Brad Holzberger explains why he sees his role as CIO a bit differently to many in the industry.

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A wedding reception with a variety of flowers, chandliers hanging from the celing, in tones of pink and purple. Will same-sex marriage laws impact super?

The recent same-sex marriage legislation may have marked a significant change for Australia in a social sense. However, when it comes to superannuation, changes to recognise same-sex couples were made back in 2008.

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What to do in the year before you retire What to do in the year before you retire

Heading into 2018 planning to retire within 12 months? Here’s your checklist to take the stress out of your planning.

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Superannuation 2017: The year that was thumbnail Superannuation 2017: The year that was

Your summary of changes to superannuation legislation 2017.

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lost super Lost and unclaimed super

Queenslanders have more than $3 billion in Australia’s tally of almost $18 billion in lost and unclaimed super, according to the tax office. Find if some of that’s yours.

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5 tips for understanding our fees and costs 5 tips for understanding our fees and costs

Super funds are changing the way they disclose investment fees and costs from 30 September 2017. We know that investment fees and costs can be confusing and pretty dry, so we’ve prepared our top five tips to help you navigate these changes.

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