Now that I no longer work, just wondering how do I find out if my current superannuation is the best at the moment or if I can find a cheaper superannuation fund to minimize fees long term?
Online calculators seem to require a minimum salary, which does not apply to me.
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15-08-2014 15:01 #1Member
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18-08-2014 11:44 #2Finance & Budget Expert
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Sorry I cannot help with your enquiry. Mortgage questions, budget questions, debt questions, Loan questions - all good. Super questions are best dealt with by a licenced financial planner
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