May 2019

May 2019

In this edition, read our interview on financial literacy with Associate Professor Dr. Catherine Attard, we look into the retirement journey and why no two paths are the same, plus more about the government's Protecting Your Super package.

  • casting vote

    2019 Federal Election recap

    The Morrison Government clung to power over the weekend, surprising many. What is the government’s next term going to mean for your super?

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  • photo of an egg in a nest

    Now live: big super changes

    On 1 July, the government’s Protecting Your Super package introduced new measures to prevent fees and insurance premiums from eroding your super.

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  • child holding a piggy bank

    Teaching moneywise kids

    With renewed public interest in the motives behind school banking schemes and the role they play in teaching financial literacy, what are the alternatives?

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  • figurines in a maze

    Go your own way

    A healthy super balance can be the key to a blissful retirement. But for many, retirement is a long way off, and it’s hard to know if you’ll have enough.

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  • reels of cotton thread

    The new tide of slavery

    Slavery. It’s a word that might conjure up grainy images of captured people serving a privileged master in a not-so-distant bygone era. But ‘Modern slavery’ is a real issue and is on our radar here at UniSuper.

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