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The new financial year is just around the corner

The federal budget is done and dusted, the federal election is just around the corner, and before we know it we will be welcoming in the new financial year.

We kick off with smart super strategies to consider before the end of the financial year, as well as more details about making after-tax contributions to super before 30 June.

We take a look at the importance of thinking ahead if you are planning to retire from your small business. If aged care assistance is something you are considering for your parents, then take a few moments to read our article which provides some guidance to help with the transition into supported living.

Our final article delves into why it's important to plan for your "life" in retirement with a balanced approach.

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Smart super strategies for this EOFY

Want to help boost your retirement savings while potentially saving on tax? Here are five smart super strategies to consider before the end of the financial year.

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More super – less tax

The end of the financial year is fast approaching – and this year, there’s a new way to help you save on tax while boosting your super.

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Retiring from small business

Selling a small business can be a challenging, complicated and uncertain time. So too can retiring. Combine the two and you have a situation where early planning and advice is critical.

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Plan ahead for the aged care you want, for your parents

Helping parents make the transition into supported living can be challenging, but forward planning and open communication can help everyone. Here are some things to consider together.

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Don't just plan for retirement; Plan for your life

While it is generally not smart (or sustainable for most people) to go out and spend at will (or to eat nothing but ice cream), a good way to view the spend / save relationship is through an "everything in balance" approach.