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Young Australians are raiding their super. What does this mean for their future?

Nearly a third of Australians aged 18-24 dipped into their superannuation funds due to the economic effects of COVID-19. How damaging is this to their long-term savings?

Mayne: another 7 long-serving blokes who should retire (including Abbott)

Stephen Mayne is working hard on his list of 100 long-serving men who should retire.

‘It doesn’t have to be the Taj Mahal. It is all the little things that count’: Alison Anderson bows out

Alison Anderson was always -- and remains -- a political force of nature that only a fool would underestimate or ignore.

With people living longer and lifestyle expectations high, having enough money in our later years is an issue that needs to be dealt with now, before you retire.

Your super – what is comfortable vs. surviving?

With people living longer and lifestyle expectations high, having enough money in our later years is an issue that needs to be dealt with now, before you retire.

Labor Senator John Faulkner's retirement marks the end of an era in Australian politics.

Faulkner’s retirement a loss across many fronts

Labor Senator John Faulkner's retirement marks the end of an era in Australian politics.

If your eye is on a comfortable retirement, now is a great time to look at how to ensure there will be more money in the bank

Real ways to make a difference to your super

If your eye is on a comfortable retirement, now is a great time to look at how to ensure there will be more money in the bank

The more educated you are, the more likely you are to work past 65. Plus a new email service to handle sender's remorse, and an artist's year-long experiment.

Saville’s Shout: older workers … email remorse … punching in …

The more educated you are, the more likely you are to work past 65. Plus a new email service to handle sender's remorse, and an artist's year-long experiment.

Big-ticket fiscal reforms that have limited economic impacts are few and far between, a new Grattan Institute report shows. And the ones that exist aren't politically palatable.

In tough budget times, retirees must take a hit

Big-ticket fiscal reforms that have limited economic impacts are few and far between, a new Grattan Institute report shows. And the ones that exist aren't politically palatable.

British retirees living in Australia get half the pension of their countrymen and women. The long-running fight to overturn the freeze has now called on the Queen for help, reports freelance writer <b>Ava Hubble</b>.

Your Maj, time to give your UK subjects their rightful retirement

British retirees living in Australia get half the pension of their countrymen and women. The long-running fight to overturn the freeze has now called on the Queen for help, reports freelance writer Ava Hubble.

<em>Crikey</em> readers have their say on the important issues of the day.

Reworking the working age

Crikey readers have their say on the important issues of the day.

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