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After working so hard for so many years, don’t you deserve a retirement that’s as good as it can be? With a little bit of planning, you can do whatever you want in retirement. While many people rely on the Age Pension for their income in retirement, it only allows for a very basic lifestyle.
The Bridges retirement gap calculator projects how much you will have in super and how long it will last which is an important part of your retirement is planning. Then if there is a gap, there are a number of strategies you could consider to start closing the gap. For example, the salary sacrifice calculator illustrates the difference between making additional super contributions with pre-tax money compared with after-tax money. Super is concessionally taxed at just 15% compared to your marginal rate, which can really help your super grow.
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1. Source: ASFA retirement standard December quarter 2015. Note: assumes that the retiree(s) is in receipt of part age pension, owns their own home outright and is relatively healthy. For more information and the latest figures visit the ASFA website.