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Own your future

Take small steps today to create the future you want tomorrow.

Backing our future selves

With Australian women retiring with 35% less super than men, it’s an issue we need to talk about.1 Discover how these women took control and moved the super dial for themselves.

July 2021

The gig economy - how to find part-time work that fulfils you

Why working part-time instead of retiring is growing in appeal.

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July 2021

Could flexible working be the key to saving your super?

How working flexibly can help you balance work and life as you save for a secure future.

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July 2021

10 Australian women share their number one money tip

Want to rule your future? These successful women show you the way.

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Important information

1 Australian Bureau of Statistics (15 December 2020), based on median data of superannuation balances for Australians aged 55-64,  Gender Indicators, Australia, accessed 24 March 2021.

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