Know where you stand

May 30, 2017

Gone are the days when you could let your super look after itself for most of your career, then give it a big boost in the years before retirement.

Mercer financial adviser Andrew George says changes set to take effect from 1 July mean Australians will need to take an active interest in their super and know where you stand from a much younger age.

“10 years ago concessional caps were $112,000 so you could really smash your super in the last few years of your working life; you can’t do that anymore,” he says. “The message from the government is that you need to start thinking about super earlier in your career.”

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