Climate change is no longer confined to the "ethical" investment option in funds.
Investors have to decide what works for them and what doesn't.
New defence personnel have the choice between a new ADF Super Fund or another fund of their choice.
When it comes to offering pension security, no ones does it better than northern Europe.
In May an app was launched for iPhones called Superstash, which is marketed as "allowing people to effortlessly establish and administer a self-managed super fund".
Australia's 12 million super fund members may not realise it but the superannuation marketplace has never been more stacked in their favour.
If you hold income-protection insurance inside superannuation, hope a family member doesn't one day need you to donate an organ – it won't pay out.
Geared property investments and owning your family home are the most tax-effective savings options.
Managing your own superannuation has many advantages but it's not for everyone - so who is it for?
High fees on managed funds are often not justified by the returns, according to analysis by comparison website Canstar.
The federal election has created massive uncertainty for those wanting to build their retirement assets.
The year to June 30 has been one of the most volatile for superannuation account balances since the global financial crisis.
Proposals to reform the superannuation system are in doubt.
If you're going to mange your own superannuation, a written investment strategy is an essential element to your retirement success.
What a difference just a week has made to the 2015-16 financial year superannuation fund returns.
Coalition and Labor governments have been serious about making inroads into reducing the mountain of "lost" money sitting in super accounts.
Let's be honest, the new financial year is meaningless to most of us. But it's also an ideal time to start a self-managed super fund.
EXCLUSIVE: Treasurer Scott Morrison has promised to remove some of the retrospective aspects of the proposal in last month's budget to limit contributions to superannuation.
Investors have one year to restructure their superannuation strategies before the harsher taxation regime applies from July 1, 2017.
By this Friday afternoon, local time, we will know the outcome of the "Brexit" referendum in the United Kingdom.
Many investors are still unaware that it's possible to buy investment property in your super fund. You will need a self-managed super fund (SMSF) as the retail, industry or corporate funds only provide exposure to commercial property investments that are listed on the Australian Securities Exchange, such as Westfield or Stockland shares.
Employers will need to retool their packages for high-income employees once the changes to superannuation take effect.
That unsettling prickling sensation many of you will be feeling right now is just your hip-pocket nerve reacting as July 2 nears.
The non-profit superannuation lobby's governance review, led by Bernie Fraser, has stalled and is set to sink without a trace if Labor wins the federal election.
Are scandals at the banks' wealth management arms at least partly behind the poorer satisfaction levels of members of bank-run "retail" super funds than those of industry funds?
How to do asset allocation for your self-managed super fund.
Funding a comfortable retirement is about to become more difficult and in many cases necessitate a change of plans.
If you have your own super fund with a strong Australian shares bias in your portfolio, you won't have been doing that well.
One thing seems to have been overlooked in the heated debate this week about the government's proposed superannuation changes: