The moments that count

There are moments in life that can change the course of your financial future and help set you up to achieve confidence in retirement. These are the moments that count.

Shane Hancock, Head of Member Products, Guidance and Advice, speaks to members and super experts from around Australia for The moments that count podcast.

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Episode 3: How much super do you need in retirement and when should you start planning?

Shane Hancock sits down with financial adviser3 Helen Harrison to talk about how much super someone needs in retirement. Helen and Shane also discuss when it’s a good time to start preparing for retirement and some quick ways you can start the planning process. Helen references the ASFA Retirement Standard, September quarter 2022.

Episode 2: ‘I’m financially independent’: How John found financial freedom in retirement

After a fulfilling and passionate career, John has been enjoying retirement for the past 11 years. And although he’s financially independent, he’s still working odd jobs to keep things interesting. Hear about when John started thinking about retirement, the steps he took to save more super, and how frequently he sees his financial adviser.

Episode 1: ‘Create a dream’: How Karen planned for retirement

Karen has had a diverse career – from teaching aerobics to running an online store. At 67 she’s now enjoying retirement, spending time with the grandkids and making travel plans. Hear how Karen started preparing financially for retirement and the things she wished she’d done differently.

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If you’d like to share your experiences and inspire those planning for retirement by being a guest on the podcast, we’d love to hear from you. Or, if you have a burning question you’d like answered by one of our super experts, let us know.

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