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How to save for retirement in your 60s

Regardless of which category you fall into, as you start planning for retirement more seriously, now is the time to start picturing what your dream retirement will look like.

What you can claim when working from home

As many of us learnt during lockdown, trying to fit in a full day’s work at the dining room table isn’t always the most productive option. So, what do you need to do to get your workspace set up for productivity – and comfort – and how can you offset the extra costs that come with working from home?

How to reassess your spending and budgeting habits

According to AMP research, around one in 10 Australian employees feel that 2020’s unusual economic circumstances have had a positive impact on their financial health. However, 42% of employed Australians believe COVID-19 has had a negative impact on their financial health, whether through unemployment or underemployment.

Learning the lessons of 2020: An extraordinary year

In 2021, we expect to see solid returns as markets shift from pandemic winners to cyclical investments, but the gains will likely be slower than seen coming out of the March pandemic lows of 2021.