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Home loans and other credit services are provided by Credit Representatives of N1 Loans Pty Ltd ABN 36 142 259 854, Australian Credit License Number 473016. Fund management services are provided by N1 Venture Pty Ltd ABN 83 602 937 851, Australian Financial Services Licence Number 477879.

 

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Super

Superannuation

Superannuation is one of the best investment vehicles used to accumulate funds during a working lifetime, and ensures Australians self fund their own retirement and be able to live in the lifestyle that they desire.

 

Over the course of your working life, contributions add up and your super money is invested by your super fund or yourself (self-managed super fund), so it grows over time. To be financially secure in retirement, it is better to plan and start saving sooner rather than later.

 

How Superannuation Works

 

  • Your employer contributes a minimum of 9.5% of your annual salary into your nominated superannuation account.

  • Contribution and earnings in superannuation will be taxed at a maximum of 15% after deducting expenses such as life insurance premium and account fees and charges.

  • Balance in superannuation will be used to make investments and/or pay for life insurance policy. All profits and net contributions will grow inside of superannuation account.

  • Superannuation savings cannot be accessed until you reach a condition of release. In most cases, this is when you retire after passing preservation age.

  • On retirement (or part retirement) after individual’s preservation age, the superannuation fund transfers its investments to pension phase.  In pension phase any profits made from the investments are no longer taxed.

  • Pension account can pay either a lump sum or a regular amount with major tax advantages to your retirement. If you are over age 60, pension income is tax free to individual tax payer.

 

 

Take control of your Superannuation

 

  • Choose your own Superannuation account.

  • Consolidate all your Superannuation accounts

  • Find your Lost Super

  • Salary sacrifice into Superannuation

  • Benefit from Government Co-Contribution for low income earners

  • Invest into an investment/portfolio of investment products which suits your risk profile

  • Untilise Superannuation strategies such as a Transition to Retirement Strategy

 

Our Experienced Financial Adviser will work closely with you to evaluation your financial situations and develop a personalised plan that meets your needs.