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Will you be able to fund the retirement that you are hoping for?

Bryan Ashenden

With recent reforms to super, the ongoing increase in living costs and even a longer life expectancy, a common question that many Australians are asking is “How much super do I need for my retirement?” Bryan Ashenden, head of financial literacy and advocacy for BT Financial Group, explains that the answer is in fact different for everyone.

In this episode of the Nest Egg podcast, Bryan discusses the recent changes to super and also looks at how retirement itself has changed over time. He will offer advice on the key factors that should be looked at when planning for your retirement and offer his top tips for investors wanting to grow their nest egg.

Bryan will also share how you can best keep on top of everything from where your super is to how it is being invested.

Thanks Bryan, for sharing your insights with the Nest Egg podcast team!

You can stay up-to-date with what Bryan is up to here.

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Will you be able to fund the retirement that you are hoping for?
Bryan Ashenden
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