Education and support tools from MLC's team of experts on super and investment issues.And stay informed with practical ways to weather the Coronavirus market volatility and stay focused on your long-term financial goals.
Protecting yourself from super and investment scams
How you can protect yourself from scammers and what you should look out for.
How to manage debt during COVID-19
Get back on track with managing your debt during COVID-19: six simple steps.
Rebuilding super after early access
Super savings are for your retirement, for ‘future you’. However, as a result of the financial hardship caused by Coronavirus, access to super may be an important way to help you make ends meet at a difficult time. We consider how you can boost and rebuild your retirement savings when your circumstances allow.
Coronavirus investment opportunities – what to look for in share markets
If you’re looking for investment opportunities amid Coronavirus, to achieve long-term returns, these five principles may help.
How different investment types play a role in market volatility
Understanding the different types of investments and how they work can help to explain why events like Coronavirus may be impacting some peoples’ investment portfolios and super more than others.
Why Coronavirus has more impact on some super investments
Understanding how super is being invested may help to explain why events like Coronavirus are impacting account balances.
Managing the impact of volatile markets on your retirement savings
If your retirement savings are being affected by heightened volatility in share markets, here’s some things to keep in mind.
Dealing with market volatility for soon-to-be retirees
While many investors are being advised to stay the course and wait for markets to recover, for soon-to-be retirees with different time horizons, this may not be feasible. Or is it?
Accessing your income stream in retirement, including minimum withdrawal changes
In response to the coronavirus, the government has introduced changes to the minimum amount you’re required to withdraw from your income stream when you retire. In this article, we’ll address what these changes are and provide things you might consider when investing your money.
Invest with your head, not your heart: managing investment risk
The Coronavirus pandemic is first and foremost a health issue. However, it's also a timely reminder that investment risks always exist. The key to investing wisely is to know the risks you're taking and how your investments are likely to perform within these risk parameters.
Insurance inside super — should you keep it?
If you're a member of a super fund, it's more than likely you have insurance through your super. We've identified some key things to ask to yourself if you're trying to determine if you should keep it.
Managing your super in a market downturn
If you’ve seen a decrease to your super balance as a result of the coronavirus, it’s understandably cause for concern. Here’s five key areas to consider when experiencing a share market downturn and during increased volatility.
This information is accurate as at 27/03/2020. This communication has been prepared by NULIS Nominees Australia Limited (‘NULIS’) ABN 80 008 515 633 AFSL 236465, in its capacity as trustee of the MLC Super Fund. NULIS is a member of the National Australia Bank group of companies (‘NAB Group’). An investment with NULIS does not represent a deposit with or liability of, and is not guaranteed by NAB. This information may constitute general advice. The information contained in this communication is general in nature and does not take into account personal objectives, financial situation or needs and because of that you should, before acting on the advice, consider the appropriateness of the advice having regard to your personal objectives, financial situation and needs, plus consider the relevant Product Disclosure Statement. Opinions constitute our judgement at the time of issue and are subject to change. Neither NULIS nor any member of the NAB Group, nor their employees or directors give any warranty of accuracy or reliability, nor accept any responsibility for errors or omissions in this communication. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. The value of an investment may rise or fall with the changes in the market.