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Salvage Your Super: Money-Making Strategies for Financing your Future -- at any age


The recent stock market crash saw a staggering $200 billion wiped off superannuation balances. Fortunately, you can do something about it.

Salvage Your Super is a comprehensive guide to making the most of your super and retirement assets, regardless of your age or income. It offers sound advice on what to do with your super depending on your financial profile, and provides tangible solutions to help retirees reverse the recent downtreand in their funds without selling the farm.

Inside you'll discover:

  • how to calculate how much you will need in retirement to live the life you want
  • age-specific tactics (whether you're in your 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s or 60s, or you're post-retirement) to get your super back on track
  • accessible, easy-to-implement strategies that are appropriate for both now and the future
  • how to maximize your returns and minimise fees and tax.

So don't just sit back and wait for things to get better – read this book and salvage your super!

Geoff Peck has worked in the Australian superannuation industry since 1985. In that time he has held senior roles in product development, administration, distribution and general management, culminating in the role of Head of Superannuation Solutions for BT Financial Group, which manages superannuation and pension assets of more than $14 billion.
Geoff has extensive experience in all areas of superannuation, life insurance and investment and is committed to helping people to better understand their superannuation arrangements and thereby maximise its value.
About the author.



1 The four things that really make super work.

2 Your superannuation investment profile.

3 Where to from here—in your 20s or 30s.

4 Where to from here—from 40 to 55.

5 Where to from here—from 55 to retirement.

6 Where to from here—retirement and beyond.

7 Don’t lose it again.

8 Generating retirement income.

9 How to keep the baby when you throw out the bath water.