3 simple ways to help close the gender super gap
Super is one area where the gender divide is still very visible. Women on average currently retire with approximately half the super balance of their male counterparts, but live on average five years longer.
This can have serious implications for women’s finances. Especially given that 44%1 of women rely on their partners as the main source of funds for retirement.
There are ways women can boost their super and improve their financial independence. Here are three simple things you can do to start building a better tomorrow.
Personal finances are an important part of ensuring a more fair and equitable society, and we encourage all our members to take control of their super and plan for a better retirement.
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