Christopher Niesche Retirement seems a long way off for the average 30-year-old, but experts says it's important to get into the savings habit early.
Alexandra Cain From July 1 SMSF trustees who break super laws will face mandatory education. So exactly what do you need to know to run a super fund?
John Collett Watchdog warns on online ads touting the tax advantages of holding property inside superannuation's low tax environment.
Max Newnham Blaming superannuation for your losses makes as much sense as blaming a car that cuts you off. The vehicle is not at fault, it's the driver.
Potts Spot Just when it's finally come good, the rules for super just changed. Again.
John Collett Those superannuation fund members who are in lower-risk investment options have missed the early part of what could be a longer rally in shares.
Sylvia Pennington Two decades of compulsory super contributions have seen a steady rise in the average wage earner's balance – but how are Australia's significant minority of self-employed workers making out?
Max Newnham Keeping an eye on what fees you are paying will help you get the most out of your retirement money.
John Collett The truth is that new tax imposts announced today will not affect most people. They can go on saving for super in the knowledge that for them, nothing has changed.
Madeleine Heffernan Funds showed their muscle this week, and they've pledged to fight tooth and nail if any government makes changes they don't like.
Alexandra Cain You can use your SMSF to collect almost anything of value – but there are strict rules about what you can do with them.
Sue Hoban It looks good in the brochures - but what is the reality of retirement?
Barbara Drury It might not feel like it to retirees who are in the trenches battling the ravages of the global financial crisis but Australia's retirement income system is one of the best in the world.
Fund Pick Those nearing retirement must be wondering how much further their living standards might fall.
John Kavanagh The government's plan to introduce automatic consolidation of superannuation accounts could result in millions of fund members losing valuable life insurance benefits.
The worst investment markets for more than 60 years present a dilemma for those in the lead up to retirement.