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Steps women can take to improve their retirement readiness
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Steps women can take to improve their retirement readiness

Steps women can take to improve their retirement readiness

Courtesy of Christine Benz at Morningstar Australia (5th March 2020):

“Women’s superannuation is not so super. At retirement, Australian
women on average have $157,050 whereas men have $270,710 – a gap of
$113,660, according to data released by the Association of Superannuation
Funds of Australia in 2018.
The gap between women and men extends to younger cohorts too.
Women aged 30-34 have balances of $33,750, whereas men have $43,580.
The gap is closing, albeit slowly….”

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