You want the right advice for your superannuation
You want to avoid heavy super taxes
You need guidance to plan your own super
You can continue to make contributions if you are between 65 and 74, just as long as you meet certain criteria
You also benefit from growth in the value of the underlying investments as well as the magic of compounding returns which, together with the lower rate of tax, helps your balance grow even faster
Your superannuation is likely to be one of your biggest assets and will be an important source of income for you after you stop working. Careful planning now can help you maximise your benefits later
Anyone under the age of 65 can contribute to super
I want to
Someone wise once said – “If you want a sound investment, buy property, buy land. They’re not making any more of it.”
The retirement lifestyle of your dreams is within reach – all it takes is a little foresight and some great advice.
Investing can be a fruitful way to ensure our financial future is secure, but without the right advice, it can be hard to know where to begin.
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Find out more about Super
Your first step is to book a complimentary, obligation free initial appointment with a Bridges Financial Planner. Get in touch with us via your method of choice so we can arrange an appointment at a time that suits you.
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Why super is important
Super is an investment strategy for your future. The same investment principles apply, but the real positive of Super is the concessional tax treatment of contributions and earnings.
These are taxed at up to just 15%* compared to investments outside super that are taxed at your marginal rate, which could be as high as 45%.