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A superannuation makeover for Baby Boomers

July 2019

Meet Joe. He's not on track with his retirement savings. Watch how he learns to boost his super and prepare for the future.

Joe, 61, lost a lot of his super in the global financial crisis and is playing catch-up in his final decade of work. He’s now worried about planning for his future and not sure how to manage his finances before he retires. What he really needs is a super makeover.

After speaking with a financial adviser, Joe learns three easy steps to help him reshape his future, so he can maintain his current lifestyle once he stops working.

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