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Sharp mind, strong body: keeping active in retirement

More than Sudoku: tips and resources to help you stay physically and mentally active after retirement, whatever your interests.

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The season of late bloomers has arrived

Research shows it’s even harder for women than men to find work when they’re older. Some women have managed to take charge and strike out on their own.

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Smart super tips for women

As the new year approaches, there’s no better time to take charge of your super. Let’s get you started…

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Is your retirement ‘psychological portfolio’ as healthy as it could be?

While some folks sail into retirement, for others it can be quite the shock to the system. That’s why when preparing for your retirement your psychological portfolio is just as important as your financial one.

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6 things that happen when you finish working

While not everyone will experience them all, knowing about the six stages of retirement will help you feel better prepared and more in control when it’s time to step away from work.

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We challenge you to take our super quiz

It’s 2017. The year is shiny and new and full of possibility. What better time for a quick super check-up? See how well you know your own super by taking our short quiz.

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Gift-giving – are there rules?

For those who celebrate, the season of gift-giving is nearly upon us, so we thought it might be a good time to talk pressies and money. Are there rules? What’s too much? Let’s dive in.

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3 things you struggle with now but can master by 50

Our 20s can be a mix of contradictory emotions. Sometimes it feels like life is full of endless possibility. Other times, we stress over every single decision. If you need a little reassurance, here are three things you might struggle with now that 50-something-year-old you will have mastered.

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The costs (emotional and financial) of aged care

And as we grow older we notice our parents starting to need a bit of extra help. It could be a good idea to sit down with them for a heart-to-heart about the future. Here are some things to consider.

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Are your retirement plans the same as your partner’s?

You’ve been working hard for years. So has your partner. And then comes the time for the talk: When should we retire?

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