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Welcome to our latest newsletter

In our latest newsletter we bust the $1 million retirement myth and provide a guide on how much you really need to have an adequate retirement income. Before you downsize your home there are a number of practical and emotional factors to consider which we outline in this newsletter.

We look at some super facts for young people and provide an insight into how the emergence of a 'gig' economy is impacting the number of super accounts in Australia.

We finish our latest newsletter off with a reminder about the positive benefits different foods can have on our mood.

If you would like more information on any of the articles below, please contact this office on 07 3844 3899 or

Warm regards,

Mary Kelly 

Busting the $1 million retirement myth

It’s often been mentioned that $1 million or more in superannuation savings is needed to live a comfortable retirement. This is a daunting figure for most of us and, unsurprisingly, has many Australians concerned about the kind of retirement lifestyle they have to look forward to.

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Should you downsize?

There are many financial, practical and emotional factors to consider before downsizing your home.

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Super is super for young people

Young people and super facts ASFA CEO Dr Martin Fahy and young Australians discuss super – why it’s the best bet for saving for retirement.

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Multiple super accounts in a 'gig' society

How many super accounts do you have? No doubt, some people have even more super accounts than credit cards.

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Top 7 Foods That Boost Serotonin

Serotonin, also known as 5-HT, is a neurotransmitter released by the pineal gland of the brain. However, it has an effect on the entire body. Serotonin is best known for its positive effect on mood.

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