QSuper’s Annual Investment Update provides insights and information about the way QSuper manages your investments. QSuper Chief Investment Officer Brad Holzberger explores some of the common questions he was asked by members during this year’s Investment Update roadshow.
QSuper has just been awarded SuperRatings 2018 Choice Super of the Year.
More than 200 Townsville QSuper members last night joined Chief Investment Officer Brad Holzberger, CEO Michael Pennisi and the QSuper Board to hear the latest Annual Investment Update and QSuper’s strategy going forward.
Why the QSuper Board is going regional. This September, the QSuper Board is holding its regional board meeting in Townsville.
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.
Is your employer paying your super entitlements? If you have unpaid super, here’s what to do.
The government’s proposed First Home Super Saver Scheme is currently in the lower House
How the Federal Budget’s downsizing incentive works
Are you planning to rent in retirement? Here’s the amount of money you may need
According to a recent QSuper survey: Almost 60% of Townsville residents find managing finances stressful.
Buying a house with a friend has pros and cons. What to consider when buying property with friends.
House hunting? Look for ways you could save on your mortage.
If you’re seeking more of a controlling interest in the strategy and direction of your retirement investments within the supportive QSuper environment, there is a way you can invest yourself.
QSuper hosts the inaugural Flex, Finance & Your Future event, helping to influence social and financial outcomes for women.
Starting out in a new job? Some good habits to start from Day 1
Keeping on top of your career and your education is a juggle!
Free rent, free holidays – what to know about house sitting.
Downsizing on the cards? There’s a new financial incentive from the Government that you might want to consider in amongst the usual things on your downsizing to do list.