To this day, men are retiring with more money than women. According to ASFA, more than 80% of women retire without enough super to fund a comfortable lifestyle. There are a number of factors that affect women's security in retirement.
1 in 3 women retire with no super at all.
Women on average take 5 years out of the workforce to care for children or family, causing their super to stagnate.
On average, women retire with nearly half as much super as men.
This short video goes through a few things you can do to make your super work for you.
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