Who has incorporate Queensland? I know. I know. Ought to be versus the law. I believe my pet dog'' s trying to obtain in the door. you typically would be admitted, wouldn'' t he? Yes, he would. Excellent night anybody. We ' re just awaiting a min or two for everyone to come in to the webinar this evening and after that we ' ll obtain started. Just intend to make certain that everybody gets a possibility ahead in at the ground flooring as well as and see us begin off. Won'' t be a 2nd? Alright I believe that is our sign to start. Excellent night everyone. Invite to our Retirement Preparation Webinar this evening. Ah I'' m among your hosts this evening Costs Thompson. I am a relationship supervisor out of our Brisbane workplace as well as joining me this evening can I introduce you to Sonia White that'' s a member of our Financial Planning Team. Greet everybody. Excellent evening. Thanks for joining us. It'' s been a it ' s been it ' s been a while given that I ' ve done among these.I assume it ' s great to see that we got individuals from throughout the nation joining us this night.'Uh I believe we ' ve also obtained some people over from Western Australia. I ' m glad to see that the Premier ' s allow you out to to come and also sign up with the remainder of the nation for the very first time a bit and also it'' s been quite hot over there so ideally it'' s cooled as well as everybody'' s a little much more comfy. Um simply a a a couple of bits as well as pieces that we'' d like to do before we start. Uh first as well as leading I wish to recognize the standard custodians of the arrive at which I function and also live.
I'' d like to acknowledge continuing link to land, water as well as community and pay respects to seniors past, present and emerging. Um perhaps one of one of the most vital slides we will do this evening. I do need to allow you recognize that whatever that we talk about with you here this evening in today'' s discussion is of a general advice nature just because we'' re not taking into account your personal economic situations, your goals. Or or any of those details, please take that right into consideration when you make any kind of choices based on that details. If it'' s ideal, you can the item in this quick disclosure statement and also the target audience determination which is both offered on our web site or look for forgive me economic guidance if if you need that to assist you make that decision. Thank you really much everybody for joining us. Allow'' s enter into the discussion this evening. we are speaking about retirement so I I I think the very first came off the rank and and among the very first decisions you'' ll requirement to make is what your retired life goals are.Um currently noticeable what you wish to carry out in retirement is an extremely independent choice but it will certainly have a substantial influence on exactly how much money you may require to support that way of life in retirement. We'' ve obtained a couple of examples on the screen there in front of you. Um travel isn'' t necessarily something that ' s been available to us over the last pair of years as our WA buddies would be conscious that has also included internally however with things settling I think expect in terms of COVID traveling end up being available. Where you desire to go will determine how much that prices, exactly how long you want to go for, those sorts of points. Um several of you when you do retire might wish to spend a great deal even more time with family. Uh an instance that I often tend to use is is my mommy. My mother is a little nation woman. Expanded up within a very tiny span. Um relocated simply down the road as well as she'' s enjoyed in our little hometown down in Findlay ever since.Her concept comfortable retired life is to spend a long time in the garden, dealing with the grandchildren once in a while Um as well as doing short trips around the city doing some outdoor camping and those sorts of points. As you can visualize that ' s not something that'costs a a good deal of money. Um whereas if you want to do good cruises or travel overseas they'' re most definitely points that are going to set you back a bit a lot more. Not sure the number of people have an interest in doing cruises presently Sonia however the Ruby Pri anyhow. Not any kind of time earlier. We wouldn'' t have believed. Um but you know retirement objectives. What what kind of things will you go over with them as a coordinator? I assume that anything I do is significantly goal driven and also you'' re right. They ' re going mosting likely to have different costs
linked with them.And we'' re in the organization of helping people meet their goals in the very best possible method. Uh because if you have a a retired life pot that you'' re starting with. Uh exactly how do you make that last? You know you understand you have variety of years as well as and so the number of of your objectives are possible? Uh are they all feasible individuals obtain the convenience from recognizing that'' s an indeed or if it looks like things need tweaking you much better off to understand earlier instead of later. Yeah and also I believe life span has a little bit to do keeping that too. I'' m I ' m not anticipating to live to 1hundred. Um but I think that most definitely consider as well. I'' m not suggesting I won'' t yet I ' m I ' m leaning on the side of possibly not. I need the excellent Pass away Young Costs. Some individuals state they'' re busier in retired life than they ever were as well as they'' re working lives.
Yeah. So you know that that'' s vital for us to know. My goal is not to be as busy as I am currently in retired life Sonia. Um I must additionally state as well as we progress with this there'' s there is a whole lot of people participating in but we would love to make certain that you obtain the details that you desire out of tonight'' s session. So if you'' ve got a concern please see to it that you post it via the the questions as well as solutions tab on the on the leading well mine'' s on the left hand side the Q&A ah speech bubble. If we obtain the possibility and it'' s ideal we'' ll answer those throughout the discussion or at the end. If we obtain way too many concerns as well as we can'' t answer'those I ' ll simply allow you know that ah among our regional supervisors will be in touch throughout the week and we'' ll ensure that you obtain a solution to that question.So please send those via as we go on. I presume whether or not you have sufficient cash to live on in when you are in retirement. Once more depends upon what you intend to do. Ah and also exactly how much you contend your disposal. To provide you a bit of an instance of what that could look like from an earnings point of view ah over a year. We'' ve obtained ah the full age pension plan right here on this specific slide where you'' ve got the singles as well as the pairs at at twenty5 6 thousand. Twenty-five thousand six hundred and seventyseven. Apologies and simply over 3-eight, 000 for a couple.To provide you
a context about ah what that kind of ways. Uh the Association of Superannuation Finances Australia have done a whole lot of research study around what a comfortable or modest way of life resembles in retirement. And we'' ve included those figures for you too simply to offer you a little bit of a suggestion as to what kind of a an income you may need as a as a single or a couple in retired life to sustain those sorts of way of life. Um Sonia I know from a monetary preparation viewpoint we don'' t always think in revenue on a year by year basis in retirement. We go fine what does that appearance like from a balanced viewpoint? Can you drop any type of on what that looks like in these instances? Yes definitely. Uh so if you would like a comfortable lifestyle as well as assuming you retire at 65 and thinking price of return of 5% then a bachelor might retire on $545, 000 and have a comfortable way of life as well as a pair six hundred and forty thousand. Uh so there is a a little bit of a misconception I guess that you need one million bucks to retire comfortably.Uh that ' s not the
instance yet'offered you choose your financial investments wisely and also and get the technique. It ' s likewise presuming you ' ve paid off your mortgage Uh so there ' s no home loan payments and also there ' s no rental fee included in these expenses. It may be the instance that you require a little bit even more cash if you ' re in those scenarios. My my retirement does include winning lotto Sonia. So the million dollars need to be a buy option. Exceptional Costs. Looking ahead to becoming aware of that. You may not. I might just vanish on him for the sunset. Um now I mentioned Asper the Association of Superannuation Finances Australia and also the research study that they ' ve done into different kinds of way of livings in retired life. There ' s an actually great document that ' s offered on their internet site. Uh and if you look down the really lower of that if you seek out in Google the Organization of Superannuation funds Australia Retired life Standard. Um you ' ll have the ability to see a copy of this record as well as I think some of those details are in a handout that ' s readily available after this certain webinar yet if you have an appearance on the screen there you ' ve obtained a comfy way of life and also retired life on the left hand side and'what I like regarding this paper is it actually offers you some functional examples about what you may anticipate in retired life under those different lifestyles.And I ' ll emphasis on the comfortable one because I ' m visualizing that ' s where we ' re in all like
to be clearly. Um and I ' m mosting likely to go right to the lower one which is exclusive health insurance policy. I guess they ' re comfortable way of life permits you to have a good degree of private health and wellness cover. And as we age we recognize that our health and wellness slowly deteriorates as well as ah and also things can come to be a little bit extra pricey in because specific realm.But you understand other points on there Sonia like points like your your holidays. What types of vacations as well as exactly how usually you can go on a holiday. Those are additionally consider in this specific paper. Definitely. Consuming out repair services on your vehicle as well as home. Uh I do people once in a while that can handle to conserve a little bit of money if they ' re on the age pension.But it actually depends where they ' re living and you know how practical they are. however simply having a little bit extra actually for the moderate way of life can make a large distinction. And you put on ' t in fact need that much in super to have a small way of life. Um the when it comes to quantities of 70, 000 for a single person as well as a couple. Yeah. Uh so it ' s extremely simple to attain something a little greater than the age pension.Um simply a concern in there currently. Uh around the 545000. Whether that is an equilibrium at retirement to support a pair or a a single. As well as it ' s a single isn ' t it? And indeed and six 40, 40 thousand for a couple. shared expenses basically is is is the crucial factor for that being ah not a big discrepancy in between a couple as well as'a single.So certainly anything above that is a bit of a bonus. Yes. Because sense. Yet we really do modelling. We can fine song ah projections to take a look at your ah tolerance
for threat as well as ah customise ah the type of objectives that you have and reveal you the length of time your cash will last. fantastic one. And spending plans. Budgets Sonia. I know that ' s a preferred topic. Oh. For everyone. Sorry to bring it up. No. No it ' s essential because it does terrify a great deal of people away from the advice process. As well as I just wish to assure people that you wear ' t in fact have to have a spending plan. It it'' s an extremely valuable tool. I ' ve undergone the process myself. I know it can be uncomfortable but if you don'' t have one there ' s various other ways to skin a'feline. We wear ' t really drove down into the budget unless something looks a little bit askance We can really then state okay what do you require to live on and also function in reverse if that ' s your preference or we could look at what you ' re earning as well as does that accumulate or does does your cash balance go down? Um So it'' s it ' s quite possible not to have to go via the pain of a budget.Um we can begin with what individuals need as a modest lifestyle or a comfy way of life and job from that. certainly there ' s risks of of simply making use of presumptions and not utilizing your actual expense. I ' ve obtained a brilliant spending plan Sonia. My problem takes place when I really need to reveal the discipline to to to overcome that. Luckily I ' ve I ' ve obtained somebody that ' s taken control of that for me. She likes me. Nick. She likes me. Okay so I guess the various other thing that I that I encounter every now and then Sonia and also this'is something that'I understand you can assist people with. Superannuation is undoubtedly mosting likely to form up the largest component of of lots of people ' s retirement planning. yet I believe we tend to fail to remember that there are other elements that we can include right into that jigsaw challenge that can develop the more comprehensive picture. Which ' s something that I know you and as well as your coworkers within the group can additionally aid individuals with. For sure. Not every ah has had the possibility to obtain cash into incredibly or perhaps wish to. Ah due to the fact that of the preservation policies. They might have collected assets outside.
Ah every one of these ah properties can be a source of funds for retirement. We ' ll come back to the family members residence and how to release equity from that. Yet the primary point is that ah if you play with one of these ah you may influence the various other. Or there might be a a favored method to make use of these in retired life to reduce tax obligation ensure you get the very best end result for state preparation functions. I believe the all natural view makes feeling to to optimise your circumstance. Oh do you wish to touch base on the household house or would you such as to deal with that later Sonia? We ' re going to return to that. Okay outstanding. I recognize we ' d touch base on it a bit later. Now this is possibly fairly topical. Uh the the advantages of financial savings within superannuation.We ' ve clearly got the the big budget statement tomorrow night and afterwards it ' ll be very interesting to see what ' s appears of that a great deal of whispers and rumours and also as well as information short articles walking around I think predicting what ' s going to come out in the budget.
Um'but expenses of living pressures are are probably first. However in regards to superannuation I presume among one of the most substantial advantages is as opposed to pay your low tax obligation price within superannuation. Whatever that you put into superannuation concessionally is tax at only 15 percent.Um so there ' s real advantages there. Um if you in a placement where you can establish a transition to retired life. It ' s not as reliable as it was when it was first introduced since now any type of investment incomes within your shift to retirement pension are exhausted at 15% whereas previously they weren ' t.
Um however certainly once you ' re at a setting ah over 65 or over your preservation age as well as completely relinquished the labor force. Ah anything within an account based pension plan is free of tax. Lovely. Doesn ' t improve than that. No. It doesn ' t. Although they could bring that conservation aged onward would certainly be extremely extremely great. Which ' s an inquiry'that we ' ve actually had sent out through. just increase it and also I ' ll solution that for for our member. Your conservation age is a little bit dependent upon when you were born. We ' re going to attend to that and also I ' ll show you a slide in a little bit.Um that ' ll dictate where and when you can access your'retirement. There are different ways that you can do that. Um it wasn ' t necessarily a certainty yet in 2014 I assume it was the the government revealed that they were going to maintain the Superannuation Assurance Price increase that'had been postponed. Um so we saw the initial increase on one July in 2014. We ' ve obtained an additional one due on one July 2022 where the superannuation warranty is mosting likely to go from 10%to 10 as well as a half percent and also year on year it will proceed up until it gets out to 12 percent. You can see it ' s people beginning in the workplace in the below and also now for the initial time are going to be seriously advantaged in terms of their retirement planning.Um however it ' s additionally going to assist those of us that are that have been in the system for a while and also maybe looking at retiring in the near or in the midterm future. Um simply to place that little bit added in there and as well as benefit from that. Um but it'' s good regulation I believe Sonia. For certain. Yeah it ' s applied savings. Um accumulating your retirement balance is a great point. Uh we require to be careful. There ' s a concessional cap. If the extremely assurance goes up and also your wage ' s compromising you need to be careful your income sacrifice doesn ' t take you over the cap. You ' ll requirement to adjust for the rise in the extremely guarantee.That ' s the challenges of of'superannuation isn ' t it? It ' s a really'complex atmosphere. There ' s points you do need to be conscious of and also we are going to cover off on those caps in a couple of slides time. Close to your why would someone take into consideration income sacrificing? We understand that every little thing that comes right into superannuation is exhausted at 15 percent. However just how can you make salary sacrifice help you? Uh there are tax obligation advantages for people making greater than 18 thousand dollars.Um we recognize the the payment price'is 15 %. The financial savings are tiny until you get to 45, 000 and then they start to actually add up. Uh as well as obviously if you ' re on a higher earnings, one hundred 20 to 1 and also 80, or 1880 plus, that difference is over 20%. Even 19 and a half percent is starting to truly place cash in your retired life cost savings rather than the tax workplaces funds. It ' s an engaging factor to salary sacrifice and swap revenue tired at your limited tax obligation price over to the payment tax obligation price.
Obviously, a drawback is conservation for those young however even a percentage of wage sacrifice can worsen over the years as well as make a remarkable difference. For those closer to retirement, there ' s a far more a factor to to do the wage sacrifice. and those caps enter play undoubtedly too and also possibly as we ' ll touch base a little bit later. Change to retired life where you can take benefit of that if you aren ' t in a position to do so now. Yes. Um we ' ve got an instance for you of a an income sacrifice instance and to give you a bit of an idea as to what this is.This is based upon an individual whose salary is $ a 00 000 dollars each year. We ' ve damaged that down right into 4 for every night because I presume normally talking Sonia we tend to comprehend what our pay is on a biweekly basis but not necessarily the longer term implications to us. So if we take a look at this instance what highlights do you assume ideal promote income sacrifice as a method? This slide actually shows that it doesn ' t cost as high as you would certainly think. That that the net pay is not as affected as you would certainly believe by income sacrificing even 5 %or $192. It ' s only mosting likely to make$ 127 difference to the take-home pay. Due to the fact that you ' re getting the instant tax conserving. Obviously, if you, if you ' re salary compromising in the direction of completion of the year and you ' re having had time to take advantage of the approach, there are other means to obtain cash right into supers such as the concessional contribution as a little bit of a catch up or if you have revenue that ' s occasional due to the fact that you ' re delicately employed or you have your very own service, making a personal deductible payment can be a good means to top up your incredibly as well either in with in conjunction with the salary sacrifice or on its own.Yeah, excellent. I like I like the figures at the base as well as as well as those are certainly their broad view figures. However if you take a look at it over ten years if your salary ' s sacrificing 5'%of your earnings 100 K you ' re going to save$17, 000 on earnings tax. over that ten years period. And I think we can all value that the government requires much less of our cash to misspend than they presently obtain and and which just maintains things fascinating. Yeah. Instead of to pay.It ' s a great option to to consider the method forward longer term. Now going to review I guess the payment alternatives that you do have and also these are opening up in current times for a great deal more individuals which will certainly touch base on. But to touch base originally we ' re going to talk concerning concessional payments. Now concessional payments are anything that your employer contributes. Whether that be their superannuation guarantee or a voluntary amount that they add on top of that which takes place every so often. Um anything that your wage given up is considered a concessional contribution as well as by concessional it indicates that you ' re paying that concessional tax price of 15'percent.So the wage for sacrifice brings in that. The other one that Sonia mentioned on the previous slide is an individual insurance deductible contribution as well as that ' s where you make a contribution throughout an economic year or in the direction of completion of a financial year. And on component or all of that payment you can declare that as a tax reduction. . There are caps on exactly how much you can obtain right into superannuation. Presently for the present economic year, the rate rent out up this year. It ' s currently 27 and also a half thousand. You probably know that it was 25, 000 before that.
I'' m not suggesting I won'' t however I ' m I ' m leaning on the side of most likely not. It ' s likewise assuming you ' ve paid off your home loan Uh so there ' s no home loan repayments and also there ' s no lease consisted of in these costs. We wear ' t in fact drove down right into the budget plan unless something looks a bit askew We can really then state alright what do you require to live on as well as function in reverse if that ' s your preference or we could look at what you ' re earning as well as does that gather or does does your money balance go down? The good news is I ' ve I ' ve obtained a person that ' s taken control of that for me. Of training course, if you, if you ' re salary giving up in the direction of the end of the year as well as you ' re having had time to make the most of the strategy, there are other means to obtain money right into supers such as the concessional payment as a bit of a catch up or if you have income that ' s occasional due to the fact that you ' re casually used or you have your own service, making an individual deductible contribution can be an excellent way to cover up your extremely as well either in with in combination with the salary sacrifice or on its own.Yeah, excellent.Um there are likewise some other ways that you can contribute or boost your superannuation.Um I think you ' ve currently discussed that their spousal splitting where you can move money that ' s contributed concessionally into your account right into your partner ' s account. Uh that might just be resting in the financial institution under old policies yet now we ' re able to utilize the downsizer regulations offered you ' ve had the building for 10 years or even more as well as it is partially or completely excluded from resources gains tax which it will be if you ' ve lived in it as well as for the year up to 30th of June 2022 you require to be over 65 to make a downsizer payment. It ' s it ' s beneficial considering your insurance needs and also and just how those can be fulfilled most efficiently yet potentially if if there ' s no need for an insurance policy concern on on on your part there may be benefits in consolidating.Um so that ' s the other option.
Um there are also some other methods that you can contribute or increase your superannuation.Um I assume you ' ve already stated that their spousal splitting where you can relocate cash that ' s added concessionally into your account right into your spouse ' s account. Uh that can just be resting in the bank under old guidelines but now we ' re able to use the downsizer policies offered you ' ve possessed the residential or commercial property for 10 years or more and also it is partially or completely exempt from funding gains tax which it will certainly be if you ' ve lived in it and also for the year up to 30th of June 2022 you require to be over 65 to make a downsizer contribution. It ' s it ' s worthwhile considering your insurance policy needs as well as as well as how those can be satisfied most efficiently yet possibly if if there ' s no demand for an insurance policy problem on on on your behalf there might be benefits in consolidating.Um so that ' s the various other choice. Um so you kind of it it ' s it ' s much better it ' s much better than what individuals assume it is.You might take that out and go down as well as place it back on black at the gambling establishment if you wanted to. Um you know one of the silver cellular linings to COVID is that individuals that wear ' t want or require this money to come out can can still obtain the tax obligation totally free incomes but attract less as well as maybe live on their cash while there ' s periods of volatility a transition to retired life pension is still a helpful product and also where we ' re using it is is for individuals that desire an income sacrifice a bit much more.Um you can take the entire lot and also put it on the black chip costs however just remember it'' s harder to get money back into incredibly as a result of the caps so take treatment with what you extract but yes it'' s your cash if'it ' s unrestricted. Uh simply again I desire to guarantee you that that is not reliable economic advice. I have actually never advised that. Certainly, you would certainly place it on red, Sonia. Um currently, there'' s a number of ah pension plan choices at our fund and also Sonia I ' ll obtain you to run with these due to the fact that I know that you recognize them intimately and as well as the various options that are available. If we start off with our retired choice designated pension.And some of the functions that are included in that. Ah as the name recommends retire selection gives you selection with your financial investments. Um so it is a revenue stream like our other product. This time you you can select which financial investment options from this variety. Uh so varied choices left wing. Single properties on the right. Single possessions can be valuable to develop your own profile. But if you want a diversified mix after that we can find an alternative that fits any type of degree of danger cravings. There ' s the socially responsible option too. Uh they ' re not in any kind of order of risk'in the way that they ' re provided there.Um Shares its'varied.
Uh it ' s because listing since it ' s a mix of worldwide as well as Australian shares. Uh but all the various other choices have a mixture of defence of as well as development assets. Thank you. Um just keep those inquiries coming by the method as I as I move via to this this following slide. If you have anything whether it have to do with the products or anything that we'' ve claimed through at the presentation so far Um please just send those inquiries via. We'' ll make certain that you obtain a solution as well as get the most out of the the occasion this evening. however in the meantime our other pension plan items are an award-winning product I may include is our Retire Smart Product Sonia.Absolutely Expense this product has a distinction in that rather of choosing the financial investments there ' s 2 choices in there'as well as it ' s called well they ' re made use of for a pail method Uh you have about two years worth of pension settlements resting in a cash choice and the rest remains in a growth alternative that does the the heavy lifting as well as if there are incomes they can be made use of to cover up the cash bucket when it runs reduced if the cash pail gets as well full you can spend the money back right into the growth bucket.Uh so this is developed to minimize the impact of volatility on your pension draw downs. And it really does fit some individuals to have this in place. Uh however it won ' t match everybody due to the fact that of the growth nature of the'growth pail. Uh taking a bit much more threats than some people fit with. So we can replicate this technique in the retired option product by hand. We can have your two years worth of pension plan repayments or whatever searches, the technique and and do that to fit any kind of degree of risk resistance. Uh we we do have it on the want list to make this item readily available for all degrees of danger tolerance since it it is prominent for those that utilize it. And as you stated Bill, honor winning. Yeah, probably not always mosting likely to satisfy that wishlist offered as everybody ' s possibly conscious we ' re checking out combining with Uni Super and there ' s a great deal of that up'airborne presently but if this approach does passion you it it ' s absolutely something that I would certainly advise somebody inquire on to make certain that you completely'recognize I guess the threats connected with the product which you ' re comfortable with that and also if you do comprehend exactly how little works that ' s definitely going to'assist you make a more educated decision For sure.Um so I think that'covers off the superannuation and also the pension plan item that are available with the fund and we ' ve discussed the contributions. Um various other component of that jigsaw puzzle that we described at the beginning the Sonia which all natural strategy to our old age pension does form a a piece of those of those problems so just desire to start with laying out how does somebody satisfy the problems for age pension and as well as what kind of cash is readily available with that Uh sure Bill. Uh many thanks. You require to reach age pension plan age. Um in the future it will be sixty-seven for everybody but currently there ' s still some more youthful age fulfilling that requirement.Um you after that need to have actually been a local for one decade unless you from a nation with'a contract such as New Zealand, yet ten years as a guideline.
Uh after that if you tick those boxes, we take a look at the property test and also revenue test simultaneously and whichever one provides the lowest outcome is the one that Centrelink will utilize for your age pension settlement Uh there ' s a reason they call it means testing because it ' s mean.Uh and also there are limits that have shown up at the lower end, boil down at the top end. Uh so, it'' s you recognize, I less individuals are eligible at the leading end however if you if
you are eligible it ' s way to obtain your tax obligation several of your tax obligation money back and make your very own retirement savings last much longer. constantly an excellent option. Um so this is the age that you can access the age pension in as it currently stands and also Sonia ' s kind of highlighted that currently it ' s in it ' s procedure of leaving to a 67 however anybody signed up with anyone birthed between an in the past sorry the thirty-1st of December 19 fifty-six. Uh it ' s presently 66 years and also 6 months of age. Uh yet after that the rest of us are going to be experiencing until sixty-seven. We won ' t requirement this slide in 18 months. That ' s a I won ' t require it after my lottery win Sonia.Um so exactly how do they exactly how do they gauge just how much someone is qualified for under the age pension plan Sonia. I understand there are a couple of examinations and we ' re mosting likely to begin with the properties examinations that I ' ve hopped on the display for everyone presently. Uh simply know this is for a solitary person presently. Uh single person who ' s a homeowner will have various thresholds to a non-home owner. You can see the lower limit in the mauve colour. Uh if you ' re assets are under that reduced limit after that you'will obtain the complete age pension. This is provided you ' re under the asset examination not earnings test and after that the top threshold'is the cut-off point for getting no pension in any way and also then if you ' re in the blue section between you'will certainly obtain a partial pension plan Um the the non-homeowner obviously is able to have even more properties since it ' s shouldn ' t not have lease as well as more costs. Yet the crucial thing is that you know recognizing these thresholds because Centrelink ' s not going to come knocking at your door when you ' re eligible. As well as even if you ' re not eligible at the beginning after a period of self financing in retired life your possessions may be consumed to the factor you ' re you'' re then eligible. So at any kind of factor we can assist assess individuals ' s eligibility to save them the headache of loading in documents unnecessarily or to provide comfort that indeed that ' s an advantage to do. and I ' m just going to bring up the couple ' s screen for you Sonia to to experience some of those thresholds'. One of the inquiries that ' s actually been asked as well as it might be worthwhile covering some of the other things that are developed in within the possession test yet is superannuation thought about an asset under the age pension plan test? As a private, if your age pension plan age, after that your superannuation will certainly be an obtainable property. Uh whether it ' s a build-up phase or pension plan stage. Uh there is something to keep in mind. If you ' re a participant of a couple and also right here are the pair ' s limits, if you have an age differential as well as the older spouse is age pension age however the more youthful partner is not.Uh anything a buildup stage for the more youthful partner won ' t be an easily accessible asset. So it ' s really hidden from the property examination.
Uh there are strategies then, naturally, moving superannuation or'properties from the older spouse to the more youthful spouse ' s name to effectively boost eligibility for age pension for the older spouse but we do take care with that because with any kind of positive there ' s likewise a danger or an expense. So ah we ' re constantly making certain that the advantages exceed the expenses. Yet the strategies there ah for those that that want to get not only the aged pension plan but you get the ah giving in card with it. Which people ah love. I trust my spouse as well Sonia. What ' s yours is hers anyhow? That ' s what I ' ve been told. Um the other component, okay, is the income examination. Now, that is the flip side.So, how does this get determined as well as how do both interact, Sonia? Excellent'inquiry'. Uh whilst the majority of people will certainly drop under the property test in retirement, the income test
does come right into play for those those who have federal government pension plans or investment homes, this might be the riding test that identifies their age pension plan. And also the reason for that is that if you ' re not functioning then your income may only be regarded income on your financial investments.And the regarding rates have come down. Thanks to Covid. The the greatest steaming price ' s just 2. 25%. Uh so lots of people won ' t have this income examination use. Ah you can see the thresholds there
. Ah an additional crucial thing to note is if you ' re doing some work the first 300 dollars won ' t matter Ah towards the earnings test ah many thanks to the work incentive. And also there ' s some great policies around the work incentive if you ah wear ' t use all of it in one fortnight. You can carry it onward as much as $6, 000. Ah so you can bank some up there. Ah there ' s also ah once again advantages to having money in accumulation stage for a younger spouse If you ' re a member of a pair. Uh simply go through some various other points that individuals might not realize are excluded possessions as well as aren ' t regarded to make earnings. Among them is a funeral bond as much as the centrelink limit of 13 and also a half thousand bucks. And there are annuities style of items that are concessionally treated for Centrelink under both tests.Uh so they'can be made use of for people remaining on that top limit to get them under and obtain that little bit of age pension plan as well as as well as the concession card. Really one more truly excellent concern in concerns to the age pension plan Sonia. Um a a gentleman started an alloted pension in 2thousand and10. Is that balance included under the assets examinations? So we ' re extremely mindful to have a look at people ' s pension plans the where they ' ve been in presence for some time. Um they can be among the old grandfathered pension plans. You would claim in the major many individuals ' s pensions will be counted in the direction of the possession examination as well as will be regarded to make income.Some of the old grandfathered pensions have a various kind of revenue and a various type of screening. So as an example an account established prior to 2015 where you were already getting the age pension. Correct. Is that the one? Yes.
So yet potentially I suppose it it is included. It might be included in different ways to pensions established up much more current times but if that was your concern could I just advise you possibly reach out and also get some more specific information and possibly some economic suggestions if that ' s going to help you do that. There are some some individuals that can take advantage of quiting as well as rebooting an older style of pension. They might be eligible for more Centrelink. But that ' s not always the instance. We do take excellent treatment with that. Yeah we ' ve just obtained ta be a little cautious I suppose.Not to guide any person down the wrong path if we most likely to the pale hearted. That scenario. That ' s how that ' s how Sonia makes ah makes the the cost for any kind of guidance. So allow ' s think that you ' ve experienced both of those tests obviously and also they ' ve determined one way or the other which one you '
re mosting likely to be determined on your Sonya. Um this slide dictates okay exactly how much you could be qualified'to as well as I know there ' s three ah little circles on the screen there before you'. Could you explain to us what they imply and also exactly how that kind of Works. Probably the last one particularly. Yes. Uh these are the yearly repayments. Um if you ' re solitary after that an easy means to function out what that is for fortnight is just to to round it to twenty-six. It ' s virtually a 000 dollarsper fortnight. Um after that for a pair thirty-eight thousand it ' s mosting likely to I think indeed it it ' s going to provide you a considerable lift to'your revenue. yet if you ' re a component as a participant of a pair you go back to the single price.
Um'some people will ask if this belonging as a result of illness is where you ' re fed up with each various other'. Uh no that does not count. You have to there are different policies around that splitting up to obtain the complete age for the single price of pension. but the the center bubble really shows after that what one participant of a pair will get which ' s important if the older individual in the pair age pension plan age but the more youthful one isn ' t. It ' s specifically half the pair rates. Not too bad. I indicate as you can see over time as soon as you ' ve reached retirement age as well as you require to money yourself for particularly 20 years.This this can create a significant part of of that technique. Exactly. Um so alright allow ' s assume that you ' ve you ' ve undergone the age pension plan situation you'' ve obtained that. Um whether or not you receive the age pension or not you might
still be eligible for the Republic Seniors Wellness Card Sonia. Uh this is for people that put on'' t have the'age pension concession card. It ' ll be individuals that for one'reason or an additional are above the thresholds yet this is an examination for this card it ' s an income examination only and you can see that those income tests are higher than what is applied to the age pension.Uh as a harsh regulation of thumb if you ' ve obtained under 3 million in economic properties after that you can be likely to or be pretty sure you ' ll be eligible for this Republic Seniors Health And Wellness Card. Offered you satisfy the residency guidelines and you are aged pension plan age already. Uh so the earnings examination includes deemed revenue on your financial investments, any kind of work revenue, rental building, returns, it doesn ' t consist of the real money you ' re drawing out of your incredibly. Um so that ' s essential to note. It ' s simply a regarded income on your balance.Cheaper medicine is a win for mine. Oh most definitely. Uh screw invoicing at the medical professional if your medical professional supplies it. Uh lower rates and also bills. It will certainly depend on the council or the energy'service provider and also who you'obtain on the phone often. Um not not everybody on the with the Commonwealth Seniors Wellness Card will certainly get the price cuts on their utilities. Many are telling me they do. And and that can make countless dollars different. Yeah. state preparation. Estate preparation. I presume this is something that is also misinterpreted and also I ' m just trying to relocate via these slides a little bit quicker because I comprehend we ' re going a little over it. I apologise for that.Um estate preparation though is very extremely crucial. It ' s something that we touch base on several lot of times however a great deal of people don ' t recognize Sonia that superannuation is not instantly moved to the will. It ' s really treated under different legislation. That ' s right. you can direct your incredibly to be part of your estate but unless you do that,
it ' s actually mosting likely to be sent to your chosen recipients or if you wear ' t have actually nominated beneficiaries, then it ' s a fairly complex procedure. Um so, I I presume having the documents in position make certain it'satisfies your wishes is extremely important to ensure the right possessions end up with the right individuals at the correct time and also you can reduce tax and also those kinds of ah so we'do ah assist individuals take a look at ah the problems with leaving cash straight or leaving it through the estate.But ah I believe if you if you wish to consider firstly who can you nominate? Ah that ' s something ah that ah we can assist with as well as also ah what type of election. Bill do you get people ask concerns around those binding nominations? Yeah definitely. I assume when people are are choosing a beneficiary, there are basically three various choices available to them and I begin at the at the reduced end of the scale. There ' s what ' s called a non-binding recipient election which is essentially you ' re offering the superannuation fund with support as to where you would certainly like the cashes to head to yet it isn ' t bonding on the fund. The trustees still have to make a decision on where the best area is for that cash to go to based on your situations at the time of your death.So while you might give that support there ' s a possibility that your wishes aren ' t fulfilled. Um at'at the time of your death. If you do want to make sure that your dreams are met after that you ' ve obtained 2 options. It can superannuation account and also pension. You can do a binding nomination. Which is just that it ' s attacking on the fund. Yet there are minimal people that you are able to leave it to. As long as you leave it to somebody that ' s qualified under the regulation then you can denomination as well as the fund should pay as per your wishes.Ah and also the various other choice if you ' ve got a pension account is a reversionary beneficiary which is likewise binding on the fund. But once more there ' s very limited options in regards to that you can leave those monies to. Yet those are your options. And also if you ' re doing a buyer election as well as you wish to leave it to your estate that ' s the possibility which ' s see to it that that dream will certainly be met at the time of your passing away
. Right and also the good information is that if your ah beneficiaries aren ' t altering and also you ' re coming near the 3 year expiry date we currently have a a kind that'making the process simple simply to refresh that nomination. Doesn ' t demand seeing. Uh simply just the account holder can authorize that form.Correct As well as in interesting times just recently it ' s been allowed so if you ' ve your Biden nomination does need to be renewed every 3 years and also every 3 years you no more have to do the the complete process. We ' re currently doing a shortened'process where if you'' re simply validating your existing nomination then you ' ll absolutely be able to simply that record on your own as well as send that back. As well as we do undoubtedly ah let you understand when those those due dates are
turning up. Just be aware of that. I ' m just going to discuss that. I will just briefly claim in this instance that and Sonia as well as our other planners are able to aid anyone that has a demand to do for recommendations in concerns to aged care whether that be for yourselves or your your elderly parents.Um it ' s very really intricate environment and also it ' s beneficial seeking professional help. Someone that does it day in, day out, Sonia. Uh real. Uh it ' s so intricate. We do in fact do seminars as well as webinars on this topic alone'. Remain tuned Yeah, most definitely. Um so, just keep an eye on our web site clearly. If there is anything from an aged treatment, it will be displayed on there as well as marketed. Uh in a similar way, we experienced a lot of the Centrelink things a little bit previously. Um there is an extremely details webinar'in regards to Centrelink that will be offered on our web site quickly. Simply keep an eye on that.Now, we ' re wrapping up in the direction of the end of this yet simply desire to touch base with you as to how you may be able to access some more details once you leave this evening. Um beginning with general information you can call our get in touch with centre and their prize-winning personnel can help you with any of your general superannuation inquiries, types or account details as can any of your local managers like myself simply provide a telephone call and also call one 3 hundred 6 5 8 dual seven 6. We ' ll be able to assist you out or if you ' re in in schools or anywhere else out there and also you see among us within your workplace please turn up touch base and also ask any type of that you could have. There ' s likewise a restricted advice option.So, you might not need a full monetary strategy as well as you ' ve obtained really certain needs whether they be contributions, your investment choices, insurance policies, or in certain, transition to retirement complying with on from that today. then, there ' s our limited guidance option. Now, I don ' t like the time the term restricted suggestions. Sonia, they, it ' s basically limited those products. That ' s why it ' s called that. Um yet are usually a phone discussion. There are no added expenses to you since they create a component of your membership cost'. So, there ' s something that you can capitalize on at any time you'want. Um as a member of the fund. The the pesto resistants is coming and also having a chat with somebody like Sonia or one of our various other financial advisers that are throughout the country.' Um as well as Sonia you can assist with such a wide variety of things.It ' s not just superannuation anymore is it? No.
Um so this is the age that you can access the age pension in as it currently stands as well as Sonia ' s kind of highlighted that at the moment it ' s in it ' s procedure of moving out to a 67 however any person joined any person born in between a before sorry the thirty-1st of December 19 fifty-six. If you ' re a participant of a couple as well as here are the couple ' s thresholds, if you have an age differential and also the senior spouse is age pension plan age however the younger partner is not.Uh anything a build-up stage for the more youthful spouse won ' t be an accessible asset. We ' re extremely mindful to have a look at individuals ' s pension plans the where they ' ve been in presence for a while. It ' ll be people that for one'reason or another are over the limits yet this is an examination for this card it ' s an earnings examination only as well as you can see that those income tests are greater than what is used to the age pension.Uh as a rough regulation of thumb if you ' ve obtained under 3 million in financial assets after that you can be most likely to or be quite sure you ' ll be eligible for this Commonwealth Seniors Health And Wellness Card. There ' s what ' s called a non-binding beneficiary nomination which is basically you ' re giving the superannuation fund with support as to where you would like the moneys to go to but it isn ' t bonding on the fund.No the fund'' s extremely supportive in seeing to it that we'' re right here to assist people understand the effect on their whole monetary scenario. We'' re not just able to help members of the fund yet partners and non-members. Uh we can take a look at investments inside as well as outside incredibly insurance policy is within as well as outdoors incredibly redundancies taking leave payments at the end of your career. Um all a very approaches certainly. Matured care, Centreling it'' s unlimited. Um anything at any kind of other consultant can do out there in suggestions globe. and also I trust you Sonia greater than anything. Um I I like to tell individuals when I'' m doing these presentations that I'' ve functioned very closely in the office with Sonia and our various other advisor in there is Tom. I see exactly how difficult they work. I see individuals can be found in that they they handle and also I enjoy them leave delighted. So hand on hard. I have outright confidence that you'' re going to get a good plan at an extremely extremely practical rate compared to a few of our market competition.Um and I that Sonia and also our other organizers are mosting likely to be working in your ideal practices as well as your ideal requirements. So your Sonia will certainly be on. We are well acted. Wow. Indeed primarily. some other choices for you. There'' s a couple of points that I ' d love for everyone that ' s on this phone call with us today to to do. Um if you sanctuary ' t after that please take place and also sign up to access the member site. There'' s lots of points that you can do on there presently. Um those were simply a photo of a pair of the pages that are readily available but you must understand that you can get the the information that you need to make a payment. Certainly your equilibrium details therein. You can watch or change your investment alternative and approach if and also as well as whenever you intend to do that that'' s likewise available.
Um it details undoubtedly any insurances that you have with the fund and should you require to make any modifications to those insurance policy setups. That'' s also something that you can do online so please do examine that out. If you wished to do a non-binding beneficiary election you have the ability to do that online however anything binding or a versionary then that clearly does need you to fill in a form due to the fact that we do require trademarks and witnesses in the in the very first instance. Um a few of you might understand if you'' ve already retired and you'' ve obtained accounts and also you have access to money you can really make withdrawals approximately $20, 000 a day on there as well. If you did wish to take some money along and also put it on red at the gambling establishment like Sonya suggested. Extremely convenient. Extremely hassle-free. Besides them. Again not a monetary technique. Um you likewise not be conscious that we actually have an app available as well. So if you intended to keep a closer eye on there and if you you might have some info offered on your phone then please of course download and install the app from your Application Shop or if you'' ve got a an Android from I wear'' t know what they call it yet you can pick that a person as well.Speak to your local RM following this. If you ' ve asked the question forgive me and we have an answered I ensure you we will certainly get to out to you throughout the week with your regional to ensure that you do obtain a solution to that and we can go from there. And obviously if you wanted to to make an economic advice visit that ' s always offered. Should you need it as well? As well as just to allow people recognize there ' s on the house for that conference. Uh'it ' s merely a number of hrs of'your time and if we can ' t aid you we ' ll be sincere or'if we assume you understand come back in a year or 2 would certainly be better. We'' ll be honest. Um we need to make sure that advice is greater than likely to place you in a far better position.So it is a beneficial process though simply to identify those areas and disregard the sound. There ' s so several guidelines. There'' s most definitely a great deal of policies. There are just a couple of inquiries that I think are are basic sufficient to simply address promptly and also they may benefit the broader group. Um the the very first one I'' ll I ' ll message to you Sonia. Should someone be fully retired to transform over to an assigned pension or could they retire and afterwards return to work and be reemployed down the track. Great question. Uh so you need to meet a problem of release and that needs to be sustained with a statutory affirmation which is either that you'' ve ceased a rewarding work plan when you'' re over 60 or or that you then in time wear ' t plan to ever before work 10 hours or more once more per week.Uh so when that cash is unrestricted and got you can have an alloted pension. Uh if you go back to work though and since you ' ve changed your mind. Um that ' s that ' s an opportunity.'Keep in mind that legal document has to has actually to be signed and also you have to be able to you understand put your hand on your heart and also claim yes that'' s the reality at that time. As a Justice of the Tranquility as a it'' s a really complicated process yet it for extensive purposes yes you can. Um the other concern is simply around in relation to the procedure. Do a monetary preparation meeting online or does it have to be face to face or over the phone or what are the choices Sonia? Phone, Zoom or one-on-one? I I do some respectable drawings if if you are available in one-on-one however Zoom'' s really practical and I can share a screen with individuals and reveal you some advantages also.
Whatever matches individuals in these Covid times and also with floods and also what have you. Yeah. I do circumnavigate the state. I go down to Lismore up to Cairns and we have other advisers in various other states. Uh with the very same alternatives. I enjoy in person too. I have to confess I'' m a little bit old-fashioned in that regards however I simulate having the ability to check out individuals'' s body movement and as well as those type of things and also I believe it it does offer an excellent possibility to just I guess scale somebody'' s comprehending as well as passion as well as as well as and dig a bit further but all options are basically on the table. Um one last question for you Sonia and I do apologise. There are some questions that I'' m not mosting likely to have the ability to address this evening. Please I I I assure you someone will certainly be in touch with you by the end of this week to make certain that you obtain solutions to those inquiries.
They are great inquiries. we just put on'' t have time due to the fact that we ' ve gone a little bit over. One last one I I think is is possibly an extremely good inquiry. If you recognize what age you'' re thinking about retiring Sonia. Um when when would you recommend a person I guess examine their retirement. For how long prior to that time as well as is there an exists a sort of a magic number or? There'' s no I suggest the faster the far better is possibly the response. It'' s never ever also late to make adjustments yet also it'' s never ever too early. I I do see people you know youngsters come in.
I'' m mentioning about me. Uh get to people in their 20s that know that they desire to retire at 65 and also desire to make that take place. I believe there'' s an extremely crucial approach from 60 onwards since of program you cash out of very tax obligation free so we can actually increase the method after that. Yeah definitely. I believe also the other thing that individuals aren'' t always knowledgeable about is preparing for retirement. Um does have the advantages of possible tax savings too which are something that can take place right away for you. Specifically right. Yeah. Well there'' s investments outside super. We can do points keeping that as well as as well as construct a portfolio that behind might end up in incredibly or be maintained outdoors. Yep. Perfect. I do apologise everybody. That'' s constantly'we ' ve got ah this night. I understand there ' s a number of other inquiries that have actually even popped via simply as we'' ve experienced there.Um thank you for asking those concerns. Thanks for sticking with us for the period. It ' s been a pleasure'having you all with us this evening. Um I hope you got some helpful information out of that. Please realize that we will clearly be in touch with you if you ' ve asked a concern and also we sanctuary ' t answered it as well as they asked them there are some good concerns on there. we desire to make certain that you get that details so we will certainly get to out and also do that. as well as have a look at the details pack that ' ll come out when we when we'send out studies out so that you can allow us know if there ' s anything that you ' d like to see us improve via our presentation this evening. So thank you really much for coming. We wish you have a good evening, a risk-free week for those of you who are in in New South Wales or South East Queensland. Uh try and also remain completely dry As well as and also protect any place you are because it ' s an intriguing world right now.And thank you Sonia for your time this evening. Thanks also Costs.
It ' s been good speaking to everybody. Stay well. Many thanks.
There'' s a couple of points that I ' d love for everybody that ' s on this call with us today to to do. Um the the very first one I'' ll I ' ll blog post to you Sonia. Uh so you need to meet a condition of launch as well as that has to be sustained with a statutory declaration which is either that you'' ve ceased a rewarding employment plan when you'' re over 60 or or that you at that factor in time wear ' t plan to ever function 10 hours or more again per week.Uh so as soon as that money is unlimited and also obtained you can have an allocated pension plan. Please be conscious that we will clearly be in touch with you if you ' ve asked a question and also we sanctuary ' t addressed it as well as they asked them there are some good concerns on there. Um and have a look at the info pack that ' ll come out when we when we'send surveys out so that you can allow us know if there ' s anything that you ' d like to see us boost on through our presentation this evening.Read More
When you ' re young, that ' s why you probably wear ' t assume about placing a whole lot of money into very cuz well, I can ' t touch it for 20, 30 years yet as you ' re coming close to that 60 barrier, well, you ' ve obtained the downside of accessibility is going or gone Um so, you ' ve got all the upside of utilizing Supra as a tax vehicle.Lovely. There is a whole lot of adaptability that you can look at when you ' ve reached a particular age.And I mean Tom that ' s where I kind of like till individuals will look this is where you need to have a look at the options that you ' re offered. or if you ' re retired you can access super tax obligation cost-free as lump sums or a revenue stream as Paul ' s currently mentioned.And then once more 65 is a key age where if you ' re still functioning complete time that ' s where you ' ve got complete access to your very like a bank account.
Don ' t feeling because well you ' re investing even more than the comfortable lifestyle that you ' re doing anything incorrect. When you ' re young, that ' s why you probably put on ' t assume about putting a whole lot of cash into very cuz well, I can ' t touch it for 20, 30 years but as you ' re approaching that 60 barrier, well, you ' ve got the downside of access is going or gone Um so, you ' ve got all the upside of making use of Supra as a tax obligation vehicle.Lovely. There is a lot of flexibility that you can look at when you ' ve got to a specific age.And I intend Tom that ' s where I sort of like till people will certainly look this is where you need to have an appearance at the options that you ' re offered. Um or if you ' re retired you can access extremely tax complimentary as lump sums or an earnings stream as Paul ' s currently mentioned.And after that once again 65 is a key age where if you ' re still working full time that ' s where you ' ve obtained complete accessibility to your extremely like a bank account. Um can you explain the tax if you ' re accessing your super at fifty-9 after that let ' s state that there ' s just an account balance of claim a 00 000 bucks.And to have actually met customers who back in the early 90s when you can actually access incredibly cuz there there wasn'' t preservation regulations on particular amounts of extremely that'they ' ve taken cash out.And that would count in the direction of any type of threshold. So the tax office in fact keep a running total amount of how much you'' d in fact gain access to from superannuation under the age of 60. Yeah many thanks for that To Thanks for your question, Terrence. I mean why so we'' ve looked at'the vehicle. We ' ve looked at the fast what you require to base it on. I mean the fast concern is is that well, exist still advantages in income giving up and I describe to people is is that well, when you contribute on a salary sacrifice basis, the money as opposed to obtaining taxed at your marginal rate, get sent out to your superannuation fund and tax obligation to simply 15 percent. Now, you can see slide below that the typical taxpayer that gains a buck over 45 strange thousand bucks obtains tired at thirty-two and also a half cents in the buck for each dollar over that forty-five thousand buck limit. You can see there that all those bucks that you'' re making if you bypass them and put them into your superannuation fund instead of obtaining exhausted in your hand at 32 as well as a half cents in the dollar.You ' re
obtaining them sent out to your superannuation and also only exhausted at fifteen cent in the buck. There can possibly be some considerable tax cost savings. Salary sacrifice is still an extremely essential amount. Um or a an essential benefit. We simply require to make sure that it matches you. I'' ve never ever fulfilled any individual that wishes to pay more tax obligation than they should. Um as well as I suppose the one point that if you you need to evaluate just how much earnings that you'' ll be obtaining this fiscal year. Cuz as you can see that people wear'' t pay tax obligation. Anything under eighteen thousand two hundred dollars. So it requires to be something that you require to examine year in year out.So, Tom, I would certainly envision that there are people caught in the catch that oh well, I'' m retiring or you know, I'' m uncoupling that wage sacrifice not being could not be proper for them. That'' s. You constantly have to consider the individual circumstance. So, as you can see, if you'' re gross income'' s low anyhow, you put on'' t wan na be paying a a flat tax of 15 percent on cash that you would certainly have got free of tax cash since your low tax obligation price is absolutely no. Um just returning to that though if you are around in 40 over 45, 000. The instance I constantly provide Paul is that well if every for a 00 bucks over 45, 000 if you had that as cash it'' s really 65 as well as a half dollars after the Medicare Levy cuz they take an additional 2%. You can have 65 as well as a half dollars money in hand. To go and also spend, conserve, as well as pay for financial debt. Do what you desire with. Or if you state well placed that $1hundred right into super due to the fact that they only take 15% tax where you'' ve obtained $85 in your incredibly fund. Now the between the two.If you consider it as a portion, it'' s actually a 30 percent distinction. There'' s, as well as that ' s a guaranteed simply since of the tax distinctions. Once more, the catch is, well, that$85 that you'put in the extremely fund, you can ' t touch it up until you ' ve fulfilled that condition of release. Um, as well as so, that ' s where you have to think, well, if you want to, if you desire to conserve for your retired life do, can you afford to minimize your take home pay? Yet then there are strategies, which I believe we ' re gon na talk about, in a pair of slides regarding whether you can actually, if you are over sixty, access very free of tax as an earnings stream.So then that allows individuals to be able to take advantage of this tax advantage with wage sacrifice and also still keep the same level of revenue on the whole. So it'' s certainly a a really usual approach that we consider. Yeah wonderful. Many thanks Tom. Completely your instances. Got ta love them. I intend the following thing is is that well fine there'' s such a wonderful tax obligation financial savings that I obtain from it.Why wear'' t I do a substantial quantity? Well regrettably government has actually assumed concerning that. Um as well as they'' ve put restrictions in. We chatted concerning concessional payments right here. So as concessional contributions are your company'' s sustain. So currently 10 percent. Your your vendor, your employer has to put in 10%. Since they might put in an added contribution as an outcome of a commercial contract. You require to talk with your company concerning that. If you include in wage sacrifice they are all thought about under concessional contribution contributions or their all considered as concessional contributions. As well as the restriction this economic year from one July is 27 and a half thousand. So it'' s gone up a bit. So it gives us the choice of making certain that we can income compromise a bit. Currently, undoubtedly, there'' s extra bring forward provisions. There'' s additional tax, there ' s some couple of problems on it. So, I would certainly suggest individuals examine however basically, if your employer is putting in $10, 000 a year into superannuation as SG employer contributions.Well after that you ' re
entrusted 17 and a half thousand bucks to salary sacrificed if it ' s proper for you. To make sure that ' s just how the the limit functions. So Tom I would certainly visualize that you ' d have a lot of individuals attempting to rise to cuz'we ' ve spoken regarding the tax savings that you can obtain. Think of there ' d be a whole lot of individuals attempting to obtain right up close to this limit.Yeah well as as we ' ve currently chatted regarding it ' s an ensured return on
your cash. So if you are in those greater tax obligation braces as well as you can afford to have actually minimized take home pay. Um after that most definitely it ' s among the main means that you can develop retired life savings as a guaranteed return through'the tax obligation system. So simply going back to what is extremely. All incredibly is is a tax obligation car. Um just another type of a short instance is I frequently see customers that could concern me maybe in their 50s and also they ' ve been concentrating on financial obligation, financial obligation debt, financial obligation financial obligation, financial debt, financial obligation. They wan na pay down the debt. Um which is undoubtedly a good idea to do since we all wan na be financial debt totally free by the time we retire. Due to the fact that passion rates are so low, then they haven ' t concentrated on, well, maybe accumulating a little bit of extremely as well and also benefiting from these tax obligation benefits. So, I commonly see customers that could come to me once they have actually paid down the financial obligation, then, they have all this surplus cash money flow which they can take into super but their problem is they can ' t obtain it into extremely tax obligation properly because of these limits.So, definitely intending and exactly how you do it to capitalize on these restrictions cuz as we understand government can change these restrictions as they have done in the past. Um I imply they they ' ve sort of established some rules in place yet you you never ever know if they are gon na transform how these limits are are tired or what the real limits are. Lovely. Thanks for that. I'expect that ' s talking about concessional payments which is company income sacrifice. There ' s a limit there. Great deal of individuals believe well that ' s it.Okay however we ' ve obtained ta allow individuals'understand that there is what we call non-concessional payments. Now I ' ll shot and obtain this one around properly time. Cuz I mean this is spare cash money that you
' ve got resting there. Maybe a an after tax reduction from your income. You might have won lotto. Um or you ' ve might have entered an inheritance. These are funds that you ' re allowed to top'approximately your account to boost your account. Currently there are limits on those amounts too. Under 67 you can place in a hundred 000 a year. You can also place in 2 various other'years or advance to various other years to ensure that you can set up 330. Remembering this is partners. Each can do this. So we ' re discussing large amounts right here that can still be taken into incredibly. So that 3 years worth may be available in benefit if you if you ' ve won Lottery Big. And also if you do ideally you ' ll offer me a telephone call as well. Or call into our Brisbane workplace and provide us a cake Tom.Um I expect once you obtain between the ages of sixty-seven as well as 74 the door somewhat begins to close on you. Um for you'to be to contribute to incredibly you need to meet a job examination. And the job test is 40 hrs over a 30 successive day duration. You need to fulfill that test every year to be able to make that payment of as much as $110, 000 of non-concessional payments. Essentially as soon as you hit 75 years of age the door ' s closed.Um for non-concessional contributions. You you can ' t place any kind of a lot more in. As opposed Tom it comes down to if there ' s a sale a financial investment building or a sale of an additional house. Um you ' ve really got ta
begin considering the timing of what you need to do to obtain this into incredibly. 100 %Paul yeah. That again that ' s what we speak about commonly with clients. that if you ever heard the term asset rich cash inadequate so they might not have a whole lot of extremely. They ' ve got a possession in terms of a a couple of financial investment properties.The issue with investment properties is you can ' t simply liquidate the front space to take place a cruise ship. You ' ve obtained ta market the entire thing or maintain the entire point. 'or else you ' re on a set income from the rental fee.
Um so, this is where if you ' re wishing to obtain that cash right into a tax-free atmosphere in retired life you ' ve got these restrictions on just how much you can place in.So, how you structure it in is gon na'be extremely essential going forward. One, caveat which with any luck'will certainly surpass is that they have actually recommended to remove the work tests next year or from the very first of July twenty twenty-two.
Um so, simply for people that may be over 67 as well as under 74 currently as well as as well as have cash that they formerly have beyond Super. If that regulations gets passed after that you need to be thinking, okay, well, do we wan na top up our extremely funds due to the fact that we put on ' t need to fulfill that work examination any longer if that regulations goes through.Yeah, without a doubt. and also I will state if that regulations experiences. Just to state that. I mean the something is is that the government did bring in us one more possibility for us to have a last possibility of placing cash into incredibly. So, Tom, would certainly you
mind experiencing simply swiftly the downsizer stipulations? Yep. So, once more, speaking about the mother-in-law. So, this is where she utilizes provision to be able to top up her incredibly. With the stipulation, you ' ve got ta be over 65. There is once more a proposal to reduce that age to 60 from the 1st of July. Again, it ' s not legislated. So, at the minute, you need to be over 65 to utilize that downsizer contribution and basically, if you ' ve stayed in your own house for more than ten years, or a residence that you ' ve lived in a minimum of component of the moment as well as possessed property for more than ten years, then, any proceeds from the sale of that property, you can put into extremely as much as 3 hundred thousand each if you'' re a member of a couple.Um as a means to obtain cash right into extremely under the disadvantages of arrangement. Currently, the terrific thing is this downsizer payment is completely separate to all the various other limits that we ' ve spoke about. So, the non-concessional, the concessional restrictions, also if you'' ve obtained$ 1.
6 million bucks in very or in fact 1. 7 currently. Um if you ' d like sufficient to have that much in extremely. Typically speaking you can ' t in fact add anymore cash to incredibly'from your very own cash. This downsizer policy you you can really still make use of that downsizer rule. And afterwards the other caution is that well you don ' t in fact have to'use the proceeds from the sale of the property to place that cash into super. You'can make use of various other moneys that you may have. So there ' s an example where we ' ve had a client that downsize however properly purchased the building at the very same worth that they cost but they had an inheritance that they had out of cider incredibly. Um and also due to the fact that they couldn ' t obtain it right into incredibly due to the fact that they didn ' t satisfy the job examinations etcetera and also there mored than sixty-seven. however we might make use of a downsizer guideline to actually utilize that cash and also top up their incredibly. So once again there are manner ins which you can make use of these rules to your benefit. So again that ' s a vital trigger trigger sort of factor Paul that if you are offering your residence as well as you ' ve remained in
it greater than one decade as well as over 65. Exists any kind of unity below about what we need to do. I constantly state to individuals if you do require any kind of even more info on that particular please enter call with your local regional supervisor of the fund and we can certainly assist as well as provide some info on that particular. or if you desire you can additionally get some financial planning guidance. Many thanks Tom. I suppose there ' s no such point as a poor tax rebate or a tax obligation credit score to them. Um partner payments. If you ' ve got a partner that earns under forty thousand dollars of earnings this this economic year. Um you can a payment to your partner ' s account and also you can get yourself a tax obligation refund of approximately 500 and also I was gon na claim 450 but it ' s 540, forty thousand.Five hundred and forty dollars. That ' s right. I fail to remember a tax obligation discount of 5 hundred and also forty thousand but let ' s go 5 hundred as well as forty dollars. Partner payments are additionally something. It ' s a bit of an unknown thing or I intend rarely utilized. Um formerly, the threshold was a great deal
reduced. Your spouse needed to gain much less than'thirteen 000. The the federal government that limit that if you you you have a low income making spouse under 40000 as well as you add up to$3000 to their super then you obtain a tax obligation offset in'in the the partner ' s tax return whose gaining the the the larger quantity. So once again it depends upon just how much you ' re earning and if you ' re paying tax obligations also whether you ' ll really have the ability to make use of that balanced out. yet once more it ' s something to assume regarding cuz when you consider what ' s the return all I I return to what ' s the return accurate Paul.And that five hundred$40 for a$3, 000 payment. That ' s an 18 %return guaranteed. Not several investments that offer you that guarantee. Entirely true. Completely real. The other point is is that we always suggest that when you get'closer in the direction of retirement if you ' ve got various other superannuation accounts out there is to settle them with each other. Bring them with each other for their what I call the final area before we enter into an account based pension. There are some items that you need to consider like in terms of insurance policy advantages and the like. Um however we can definitely assist via those I suppose we ' ve we ' ve type of touched on the subject yet exactly how can we access our incredibly. We ' re going to begin now speaking regarding Tom the choices that you can have in retired life Um.I suppose the fantastic point is is that with people these days they still have the flexibility and control over their retired life financial savings as well as they have options. Um can you take us with what what their choices are when they do retire? Yeah yeah absolutely awesome therefore I guess again the very best method to think concerning your very when you ' re retired and also you ' re over sixty it ' s generally like a savings account. It is invested really in a different way cuz you pick the threat that you wish to take with the cash. That ' s the vital difference. You can access money as a lump amount. If you leave your extremely there then you can actually just take a swelling amount whenever you want.Um it ' ll still build up'passion. Or if you can convert it to an income stream. That ' s where the the among the called an account based pension plan. Assigned pension. Or earnings stream. They got names. Effectively, that ' s where you get a normal settlement from your incredibly. You can pick to earn money fortnightly, monthly.
You can take a yearly settlement yet basically you become your employer then as well as you pay yourself.'As well as inevitably I guess that you you ' re accumulating your incredibly throughout your working life with your contributions. And then generally speaking you wan na convert that to a revenue stream where you ' re simply replacing the earnings that you were making while you were working have the way of life that you desire in retirement. The. various other feature of a pension account, once you ' re retired, is that if you want to take a round figure from it, you can.So, a whole lot of clients that I see, they they fail to remember that they can in fact just dip into it. Again, like a savings account. but the essential difference between having money in an account-based pension when you ' re retired or an extremely account is how the rate of interest that you make is taxed. Any kind of cash in the extremely stage, we call it', where it ' s simply sitting there and also gaining in you don '
t really see this but the extremely fund has to pay 15 %tax on the interest that you earn as well as after that they offer you your returns. Any kind of cash in an account-based pension, well, the interest that you earn on that account, the super fund doesn ' t pay any kind of tax obligation. Also if you ' ve got the very same investment account within the incredibly and also the pension plan, the pension over the long term will always have much better returns and it ' s purely a tax difference at the extremely fund isn ' t paying any kind of tax obligation on the rate of interest that you make in pension plan. Usually talking, it can be about a 1 percent distinction on the returns'. So, if you'have 5% return in very, it should be around regarding 6% return in pension plan phase.So, that can obviously have a large difference on how much time your money ' s gon na last. So', that is just one of the essential reasons that individuals look at placing cash into pension plan phase and it ' s also among the crucial reasons that the government has restricted exactly how much you can enter pension plan stage. There is a a limit of one factor 7 million.
Look, the majority of people not gon na not gon na need to fret about that but if it is a trouble, it ' s a nice problem to have, number one, but then you need to prepare around that due to the fact that the government just enable as much as$1. 7 million in that pension plan phase regarding that tax-free standing of the interest that you make. Charming and also I mean we do encounter individuals that are rather pleased for it to stay in very. Um you ' re not forced to do it. but we constantly attempt as well as make them knowledgeable about that well, look, there is a tax-free nature financial investment car there readily available which ' s why you ' re potentially losing out on.Does make a distinction in the returns. I constantly tell people look at our investment alternatives on our internet site and also just how they vary in between the designated pension strategy and also the superannuation fund. That is essentially tax in the distinctions in the returns. Yeah it certainly can total up to a a reasonable amount. Allot a pension Tom.'Yes so as we ' ve already discussed you ' re contributing to very. You ' re building that up. And also once you ' ve reached your conservation age that beautiful age where you can access your very. Fifty-eight 5960 plus Um that ' s where you can start converting it to that pension plan. Currently we type of discussed it prior to that when you turn sixty even if you ' re still functioning you can access super through an earnings stream. It ' s called Transition to Retirement Um so if you ' ve ever listened to that term. What that suggests is you'can actually transform what you ' ve currently constructed up in incredibly into a transition to retired life earnings stream and also attract down a repayment. Currently there are limitations while you ' re still functioning. Um so, the limits are the minimum is presently two percent and also after that the maximum you can attract down is 10%. Currently you can draw that down as a biweekly payment,'monthly payment, yearly payment. Now, why would you'want to do that? So, we consider doing that because well, leading, if you'' ve obtained an extra income source, well, it may then permit you make the most of the maximum amount you can take into super income sacrifice'and minimize income tax.So it ' s a method that you can really construct wide range while keeping the same degree of earnings. Second you can actually pay down financial debt quicker if that ' s something that ' s crucial to you as well as you actually wan na get rid of financial obligation. You can utilize those repayments to help do that. And after that number three I presume what it was actually designed for is really transitioned to retired life. . that ' s where you may be going from full-time to three days a week. You still want a full time salary to live on. Um that you can cover up that part time 3 days a week with a little bit of very. Um to make certain that you ' ve got the the degree of earnings that you want moving forward. So there are lots of ways that we can utilize that. When you ' re retired or transform 65 then that maximum amount goes. There ' s no limit on just how much you can attract down. Lovely. Um there exists is a number of concerns coming through in the Q&A. I will certainly park among them.Um and also we ' ll come back to that at the end. Um the other one the one question that I assume that we simply require to state is is that there ' s a concern from Peter. Can you take the total'as real money as opposed to staying in an account? I expect you can address that concern.
Again, the catch is, well, that$85 that you'place in the incredibly fund, you can ' t touch it up until you ' ve met that condition of launch. Again it depends upon exactly how much you ' re earning as well as if you ' re paying tax obligations as well whether you ' ll in fact be able to utilize that offset. but again it ' s something to assume regarding cuz when you look at what ' s the return all I I go back to what ' s the return on the cash Paul.And that 5 hundred$40 for a$3, 000 payment. Yeah yeah absolutely awesome as well as so I think again the ideal method to assume concerning your extremely when you ' re retired as well as you ' re over sixty it ' s essentially like a bank account. Also if you ' ve got the exact same financial investment profile within the very and also the pension, the pension over the lengthy term will certainly constantly have far better returns and it ' s purely a tax obligation distinction at the super fund isn ' t paying any tax obligation on the interest that you earn in pension.I presume the things so as soon as you'' re retired as well as you ' ve met your obtaining cash out there ' s no problem is obtaining cash back in those limits. For a lot of people that are retired, and not functioning, then, I would say 97%of Australia is gon na qualify for this card because the method that they do the income examination, they don ' t actually take what you, they put on ' t in fact look at what you ' re taking from your extremely in terms of a payment. The where aged care comes in is really I speak to it ' s generally customers that are retiring and also they ' ve obtained elderly parents and they ' re going with that process of looking at aged care or having to place them in aged treatment can be really made complex.
I guess the points so as soon as you'' re retired and you ' ve met your obtaining cash out there ' s no problem is getting money back in those limitations. Will certainly depend upon on exactly how much possessions will send out a web link permit us to have prior to they start decreasing the age pension, what they'' re going to pay us.So, as a solitary home owner, if you'' ve got assets of under 270 thousand dollars, so that'' s not consisting of the residence however it includes everything else, includes your car, your components, cash in the bank, shares, outside a super, the worth of your super, that if that is above $270 thousand, that'' s when they begin minimizing how much you get in age pension as well as after that, inevitably, if you ' ve got 5 and 000 as a single house proprietor, then, that ' s where they pay you zero in age pension over that limit. For a lot of individuals who are retired, and not functioning, after that, I would state 97%of Australia is gon na qualify for this card since the means that they do the revenue examination, they wear ' t actually take what you, they wear ' t actually look at what you ' re taking from your super in terms of a settlement. That ' s normally around exactly how usually you ' re working. The where aged treatment comes in is really I speak to it ' s generally clients that are retiring and also they ' ve got senior moms and dads and they ' re going with that process of looking at aged treatment or having to put them in aged treatment can be very made complex.What'' s the the costs that we ' re gon na need to pay? Um so this is where we really aid with the economic side of points is putting a plan together to state okay well this is the best structure that if you intend to money aged care in the most effective means consider potential estate worths to see to it that that that they'' re maximized.Getting the very best care for your moms and dads. Exactly how do we do all that? This is where we can we can assist out. So it ' s simply to advise I guess our members that we can assist in a whole lot of means. as well as this is as you claim a growing location given the intricacy. of the regulations around aged treatment. Many thanks Tom. Um I was just going to state is is that if you ' ve got any type of inquiries send them via. We ' re we ' re coming to the end really swiftly. Um if you ' ve obtained any questions, you can undergo on the Q&A function on the on the on the Zoom telephone call and we ' ll we ' ll come back to your questions in a moment if'you ' ve got any type of. I understand that there is a couple there already. Tom, can you simply experience on what items you can actually you most likely touched a sprinkling of them right via this session tonight. Yeah. Um simply promptly finish up on what you can actually give as an economic planner.Yeah, most definitely. So, I I think the function of these seminars is to not
just educate you however to try and I presume cause you to think of, alright, have we obtained a strategy in position? You may have an organizer, be seeing them, that ' s fantastic. However this is where if you come and see us, these are the type of'things that we concentrate on. Conserving much more for retirement having, strategies to do that. Just how do we maximise Centrelink? Okay? Checking out if you are concerned about how much time your cash ' s gon na last. Having a strategy in place to take a look at scenarios. We often look at alright well if we retire earlier how does that look? If we retire later at the office part-time. Giving you a bit extra info we ' ve currently touched on those'estate planning kind of advantages that we can look at. And additionally any kind of non-super financial investments that you could have that you may desire to get involved in Super. having a technique about well tax obligation efficiently offering them down. Um restrictions on just how much we can obtain right into super. Just an alternative plan once again with regards to all these kinds of subjects. And also when we take a look at guidance for there ' s always what we call tangible and also intangible benefits to advice. So I believe on the next slide that we ' ve got. oh well I thought we had one there but no. Speaking regarding benefits to suggestions. Um there ' s a tangible side of things. We saved on tax. We developed the incredibly. We ' ve got more Centrelink. That ' s where we can really include worth. But we likewise include worth on the intangible side'of things which is extra that well we ' ve got a plan in place. We ' ve obtained a plan that we can function towards and track. Um'to ensure that ' s usually what a great deal customers like as well is they just wish to be have that secure understanding that they ' ve got a plan in area that they can follow entering into retirement. Lovely. Thanks for that Tom. What I will claim is is that I suppose would certainly you mind running via the economic recommendations offerings.I mean the initial thing that I require to claim is is that if you do require any kind of basic details or basic advice you can call our call centre. You can call our local managers. So if you do wish to acquire more info from the fund as well as the basics of your account checking out the website which I ' ll touch on momentarily. Please do not hesitate to provide either myself or among our regional supervisors a call.I intend the various other thing is is that Justin our aide behind-the-scenes has simply placed in a link into the conversation facility. So if you desire additional information from the
fund you can utilize that web link as well as it can take you via as to which option you would certainly like. that is completely as much as you. Um currently the one point that I would certainly say is Tom would certainly you mind experiencing both various solutions that we have available? Yeah so for the a lot more individual advice to ensure that ' s where you you ' re being being given some recommendations.We ' ve obtained a number of options. The over the phone guidance. To make sure that ' s a free solution at the fund office. we ' re totally qualified advisors can give you personal recommendations but just on certain subjects associating with your incredibly. Those the primary subjects that'they look at are the investment selection within your very. If you ' re having any concerns around that or looking at any type of different investment choices payments to incredibly. So, that ' s quite a popular one particularly with the increase in the cap. Um that if you intend to check and you wish to try and stand up to that'cap because you can pay for to do so. The minimal guidance team can provide you some suggestions. How do we make certain we do that? Um and after that the 3rd location is around insurance coverage within your incredibly fund that if in we sanctuary ' t really touched on it cuz this is a retired life preparation seminar but if insurance policy is essential the appropriate degrees of insurance coverage they offer you some suggestions on that.So that ' s the totally free solution a or complimentary solutions being a member of the fund. The detailed guidance service, well, this is where we consider your whole scenario. Um if you ' re a participant
of a couple, we always look at you as a couple. It ' s extremely vital as well as you you don ' t have to belong to Australian Catholic Super to get advice cuz with this service, it ' s what we call a FIFA service model.So, the initial appointment, if any one of you have gone with it previously, if you always sit down, generally for concerning an hour as well as a hr and also a half, consider your circumstance and also go', fine, exactly how can we aid? We go, well, in my professional viewpoint, you need to focus on X, Y, and also Z. This is what I would certainly check out as component of the strategy. Um and this is the kind of strategy that I would put together.Um if we can ' t aid you, we would say so. We ' d state, well, appearance, you ' re doing whatever that you truly can. There ' s very little truly that we can assemble partially part of a strategy Yet if there is, we would explain, well, this is what we can do. These are the benefits and then, we offer what we call a dealt with quote for the statement of suggestions and placing that blueprint with each other which ' s a fixed quote to primarily place the recommendations with each other, experience the guidance, as well as execute the guidance. We don ' t charge any kind of ongoing charges. I don ' t get any payments or bonus offers for any advice that I do. It seems'a little bit altruistic but I got right into doing guidance due to the fact that I love to assist individuals pass on my understanding, placed them in a much better position.Um however eventually, if we spend time doing that and also that the individual is profiting from that advice, thorough, we have to bill for time it takes. So you get a quote generally speaking it can be anything in between 1500 to 2 and also a fifty percent thousand bucks.
Relying on the complexity of the plan. Um so but you choose whether you wish to proceed after that phase. Um to put that strategy together. For certain. I mean Tom there was an inquiry there from Gail. I will set up for somebody to give Gail a telephone call in regards to the timing issue of tonight ' s webinar.So Gail someone will certainly offer you a phone call from our office tomorrow in regards to to the tonight ' s webinar. Tom I mean the the important things with extensive advice is is that people need to well I mean either see one-on-one or you recognize look for some comfort to see to it that they ' re on track.
I always tell people that by involving consult with you there ' s reached be a sensible advantage in you doing the guidance. Can you simply undergo in terms of the expense framework as well as exactly how you you understand work with clients to discuss the price and and what benefits that would certainly emerge from that? Yeah.So, I guess with concerns to the the benefits, it comes back to that tangible and also abstract benefit yet occasionally I can show quickly that well, you ' re gon na save 10 times out that you ' re gon na pay for the advice in tax or interested minimized fundings. To make sure that ' s fairly an easy, I think, profit since again, it doesn ' t benefit me what the client does, whether they whether they listen or they wear ' t.Um so, we simply charge for the time it takes for placing that insurance claim with each other. That ' s how we bill for the suggestions.' After that, there ' s the abstract benefit also that some individuals like to spend for the advice since they desire that feeling that they understand they ' ve obtained a plan in position as well as they ' re on track. 'it may not be that we can conserve from thousands in tax'but that they feel it ' s worth paying for the guidance due to the fact that of the feeling.Now, that ' s an extremely individual option that some individuals are pleased to pay that charge. Some people aren ' t. All I would certainly claim is returning to the charges pool. We ' re not a profit-making business. We ' re just a cost-recovery service in
terms of recovering the costs it takes to to for the time it requires to put that recommendations with each other. Generally speaking, if obtain a quote from myself. You can most likely to one more financial planning organisation and also obtain a quote that I assume we you ' d find we ' re very competitive in terms of any kind of plan that we would place with each other to assist members. Yeah as well as I ' d likewise or I constantly inform individuals that they ' re going to get a method plan that ' s what? 60, 70, 80 web pages long often.'Yep. Um if'you intended to you can allow it exist under the cushion. Um absorb it. Offer you assurance understanding that you ' re on track at each as well as every day if you wanted to'. We ' re all So, if you do obtain a strategy placed with each other, we don ' t just give you the strategy and claim, there you go. We aid you.We, we, we, it ' s all the the time it requires to implement any kind of recommendations also which which would typically be over a 12 or 18'month duration. That ' s what the cost is covering is additionally the time it takes to execute and yeah.
I mean after tonight ' s there ' s a web link there that is being placed in the conversation if you desire to engage in that solution. Someone can give you a phone call to organize a visit time or otherwise will be a study sent to you after the session tonight. that will certainly likewise include some an opportunity for you to offer some comments in in regards to tonight ' s session.But it ' ll also enable you that if you intended to obtain additional info you can suggest where you would certainly such as that. And also we ' ll arrange for someone from the fund workplace to provide them a phone call quite soon. Thank you extremely much for that Tom
. I intend the important things that we additionally need to address is the is the brand-new or the the your future your super regulations that was recently presented. I mean it has a little of a a background in the sense that it was presented back in October of twenty twenty. Um it was passed only just recently Um and afterwards the means the examination would run was just given in early of August. Um I intend there has actually been some considerable conversation in relation to the test and also the make-up of the test. We were only alerted that our My Super Financial investment option. Um the My Super Financial investment or Default alternative did not pass test and we ' re just informed on the 30th of August Basically the test is a 7 year examination and also what it ' s done is is that it ' s contrasting it to a fixed benchmark.So we have a life time one alternative that has just been available for the last three weird years and what they ' ve done is united and utilized our previous default financial investment option of being the conservative well balanced alternative. Generally they ' ve used two very different products to integrate them together to establish our efficiency on the examination. So basically the combination of these 2 products that'we ' ve assembled did not pass this mandated test.So we just intended to make certain that this only puts on the default choice. It does not put on'the various other 13 investment choices that we have in the fund. And after that to date we have not been advised of the exact setting on on on the on the criteria. The reason that the under efficiency is is that our definitely
our shares financial investment product has not certainly fulfilled the statutory criteria. Since is a historic product. Um as well as the paradox is is that we ' ve constantly mentioned and you ' ve if you ' ve reviewed the please note or had you the the the one of the factors there is is that past efficiency is not a sign to future efficiency. As well as yet this examination is recalling traditionally over the last seven years. Back in two thousand and eighteen we'have reorganized our share portfolio to ensure that it ' s taking the best advantages that are offered there for our participants. The various other item that has actually resulted in the detraction or or or the outcome is is that our different financial investments have actually been I expect put together at a standard and compared with each other at a standard of an asset that'considerably greater in growth orientation which consequently if it ' s a greater growth positioning it ought to have performed.Um a a greater amount over a longer period of times. This is certainly adversely influenced the profile. We ' ve formerly acknowledged our under efficiency six as well as 7 years earlier. However I can honestly claim considering that with the introduction of life time one in the last three years we ' ve seen stronger performance and I ' ll supply you with some performance figures in a moment. The one point that I would claim if desire more details in relation to this YFYS examination that we have a specialized page on our web site. Um the government has given a my incredibly contrast device. and also I would say Tom we ' ve both recognized clients that have actually viewed that. as well as we ' ve additionally seen lots of people comparing our fund over the three years. We acknowledge the fund has actually had efficiency under efficiency several years earlier. Six and seven years earlier. We recognize that in the last 3 years since Lifetime One has actually been around.This Life time one or or items that is currently our current has actually been very affordable versus various other superannuation funds. And I we'would certainly ask as well as advise for you to go and compare those. I intend there are numerous various perspectives and there ' s a whole lots of various short articles and also we ' ve put a few of those on that web site page also. In terms of ah the objectives of the product it '
s been it ' s it ' s it ' s it ' s a tended objectives.It ' s for instance members under 40 years of age. My children that are in this item. And last entrance year ending June 30. a return of 20. 9%after fees and also taxes'. A a return that ' s not extremely not not extremely seen in our life time of our of financial investments. Whilst we ' re sitting in a superannuation fund. Lifetime one essentially is high threat for younger participants. They have a high growth alignment. Merely as well as totally they have an extended period of time to retired life As well as this way of living investment. Once they hit the age of 40 they progressively minimize down in danger. So it ends up being increasingly more traditional as you get closer towards retirement And also I believe that ' s a wonderful and also it ' s a life process product. that we claim in the market.
As well as it ' s certainly one that I discover that it ' s as people we obtain an increasing number of conservative. I think of Tom that you ' ve seen people closer to retirement coming to be increasingly more traditional as they age. Getting closer to retired life They ' re. seeing their dimension of their account equilibrium and that ' s specifically what'this item has done. as well as it'' s done it ' s it ' s absolutely done what it was meant to do as well as created to do. So you can see there last financial year a 40 year old the greatest threat direct exposure was 20.88 %. As you can see there ' s a general decrease in the returns as well as what we ' ve done is is that every year'you ' ve got a very gradual and I state I attempt to emphasise that when it ' s a very gradual decrease down in danger. So when you ' re looking
at comparing products you need to ensure that you ' re comparing items that are danger ideal to that age. Therefore I would certainly refer people to the financial investment truth sheet that ' s on our internet site in concerns to the various structures of terms of danger. You'can see there ' s a person that ' s aged 60 in a conventional environment. Um the return was 13. 87 for last fiscal year. And also the three years average was six factor 5 5 percent. You can see there that the lifetime ones returns has actually absolutely done what it is planned to do.So I mean our future the'overview. The trustee has definitely always ensured that we are looking after the members finest monetary passions. And they ' re going to proceed to do so. They ' re going to be I mean you might say acting in the very best financial interests of the participants
By looking for range. Um the has actually come with each other with huge superannuation funds. There ' s been a great deal of merges of late. As well as the fund will certainly in the not also distant future be revealing a merger companion that will certainly offer us with scale. The federal government has certainly advised that to make it through in the superannuation fund moving forward. You require to be of a fund of a minimum of 50 billion bucks. We ' re absolutely seeming a mosting likely to a partner that will certainly remain in excess of that. Um that it by means is mosting likely to be caring for the member ' s best monetary interest is is that it will create scale. It will certainly provide greater benefits to members. Um with the economic climates of scale maybe lowering costs.We ' ve currently in minimized prices in the in the past couple of months and also we will be lowering indirect investment prices quickly. Certainly if you ' ve obtained any questions in regards to the fund I ' d ask you to get to out to your specialized regional supervisor and they can offer you better info in regards to this performance examination.
I ' d likewise urge you to go as well as look at that super comparison device as well as do a comparison on the fund.And take a look at that and also take a look at that 3 year efficiency figure. I mean the other options that we do supply is is that we can take a look at the upcoming webinars Now we do a quarterly financial investment webinar as well as I would certainly envision the one would certainly be showing up in the next month. and also these are all detailed on our website. So much like you ' ve registered for tonight ' s webinar.
There are certainly many webinars that you can do.You can take a look at to sign up to acquire some more info. I mean the other thing is is that if you wish to get some additional information as I pointed out, there ' s the link for the for there however there ' s likewise the study type. We ' ve obtained any type of inquiries. we can we can absolutely give you a phone call. I mean the individuals that have asked inquiries, I'' m going to ask your local regional manager to reach out to make certain that all of your questions have actually been answered this evening. Um I posture the various other item that I inform individuals to consider is the portal.Little little bit small in font dimension. I ' m delighted I ' ve obtained my glasses on check out these. Yet I intend the participant portal is an excellent area where you can have a look at your account. You can do a variety of items there. You can make a contribution. Obviously you can see your account balance similar to this individual has. You can alter your financial investment options. The really remarkable thing is is that in the center there you ' ve got handled my insurances. As Tom points out. Retired life Planning Webinar tonight. However if you wan na just have look at your insurance'arrangements. You can even get a quote for boosting them. Certainly I would motivate you to do that. Um you can additionally nominate yet it ' s a non-binding beneficiary. That is absolutely available. The various other item is is that in the top right-hand man image of the slides it ' s obtained a retirement forecast. So if you ' re intending to have a look at just how your account is tracking towards retirement that is definitely a a good tool that you can make use of. It ' s a preparation device that we ' ve given based on your account equilibrium as at today. Based upon your payments over the last one year. And we can do some preparation as to where your account or our company believe your account will certainly go to based on your chosen threat profile.Now there ' s a little terms there. Risk profile. I would certainly additionally recommend that if you do not understand what'kind of a financier you are we likewise have a remarkable device on our internet site called the danger profile calculator that it can provide you with some assistance as to your selected investment items. Absolutely the participant website as well as the website is there ' s a lot of sources there. I would certainly suggest that you have a look at that. and I have to confess and also I ' ve just recently downloaded it is the application. Um the app is back.
Yeah so for the much more personal guidance so that ' s where you you ' re being being provided some recommendations.We ' ve obtained a pair of alternatives. That ' s quite a very easy, I guess, profit since once more, it doesn ' t benefit me what the client does, whether they whether they take recommendations or they wear ' t.Um so, we just charge for the time it takes for putting that claim with each other. There ' s the abstract advantage as well that some people like to pay for the recommendations because they want that sensation that they know they ' ve obtained a plan in area and also they ' re on track. Um the My Super Financial investment or Default option did not pass examination as well as we ' re only notified on the 30th of August Essentially the examination is a seven year test as well as what it ' s done is is that it ' s comparing it to a predetermined benchmark.So we have a lifetime one option that has only been readily available for the last 3 weird years as well as what they ' ve done is brought with each other and utilized our previous default financial investment choice of being the traditional balanced alternative. In terms of ah the objectives of the product it '
s been it ' s it ' s it ' s it ' s a tended objectives.It ' s for example participants under 40 years of age.Um and I must confess you understand you'' re trembling your head there Tom yet can I nodging? Responding. I had a client actually asked me the other day. When when is the application back? As well as I simply discovered that it'' s simply come back on in the last couple of weeks I think. It has come back in the last few weeks so you can download and install download that from the Application Store. Um and also and go right into your account similar to you would your member portal.So realistically if you ' re lugging your phone anywhere if you actually desired to understand I would urge as well as say probably you shouldn ' t. yet if you actually wanted to recognize if you ' re out and also concerning you'can click the app and it does some terrific things. So I ' d definitely encourage'you to look at that. I intend if you ' ve obtained any kind of additional information from tonight as I ' ve pointed out there ' s the survey Um there'' s the that will be sent to you.You can certainly ask any type of inquiries there as well as we'' ll prepare for someone to give you a phone call. Um Tom I mean the one inquiry I have for you prior to we go. Um there'' s a number of concerns there and also we'could park those and get cuz we ' re running out of time really promptly. Retirement preparation is all very complicated. Um I expect there are a variety of different choices. You recognize you may be one year out 2 years out. I intend the inquiry I always listen to is when should I consult? Is it right at the last minute, an all year? 5 is that? The the first thing is is never too late. Commonly people think, well, it'' s too late. I I won ' t bother. Never far too late. Also if it'' s just a year out. Um 6 months out. There'' s points that we can do yet clearly, the earlier, the better.Um as well as never anybody ' s had anybody'say oh, I shouldn'' t have come. They always state I must have come earlier. So, undoubtedly, the earlier, the much better that you intend that that you'' ve got a strategy in position yet I would all always claim too, it'' s never far too late. Don'' t be placed off. Um if you think it'' s far too late cuz it it'' s not. Love Thanks, Tom. Search in the rate of interests of individuals, I would certainly envision that if they'' re had a glass of a glass of wine over the hour and also a fifty percent, that'' s possibly checked out one or 2 Supper is calling us right here in Brisbane or Sunlight Shore for you.Um so, thanks Tom for your presentation tonight. It'' s been valuable. Um I'' d likewise like to thank Justin Colley, our coworker in Sydney workplace, remains in the background aiding us out. So, thanks Justin for your time. Um I keep in mind that it'' s 830 for you. I would picture that it'' ll be obtaining to the factor of getting the book as well as hitting the going to bed quickly. Need to be bright and also early for the following functioning day. I wear'' t additionally like to thanks all for participating in tonight'' s session. Thank you extremely a lot. It was substantially valued. Um if you'' ve got any inquiries you ' ve absolutely got our numbers there. The one300 number and the local regional supervisor will certainly obtain in call with you if you'' ve obtained any kind of more inquiries. Once again thank you quite for attending. as well as have a good evening. Thank you. Many thanks Paul.Thanks for your time.
Um and also I must admit you understand you'' re trembling your head there Tom however can I nodging? As well as I simply found out that it'' s just come back on in the last few weeks I think. Certainly, the earlier, the far better that you plan that that you'' ve got a plan in location but I would certainly all always state as well, it'' s never as well late. Um if you'' ve got any inquiries you ' ve definitely obtained our numbers there. The one300 number and the local regional supervisor will certainly get in call with you if you'' ve got any further questions.Read More