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$150 million saved means lower fees for members

Vision Super Media release
7 November 2018

Industry super fund, Vision Super, today announced lower administration and investment fees for members.

Vision Super helping members save more in Australian first

Vision Super media release
23 January 2019

Industry super fund, Vision Super, today announced their innovative ‘Save more later’ program based on behavioural economics is now helping workers at eight councils and other workplaces save more for retirement.

Unfortunately, the run of strong performance in share markets has turned around in recent months, with October and December seeing particularly poor returns. As a result, our options with the highest exposure to shares suffered the most, while the defensive options still posted positive returns; albeit small. More specifically, the ‘Balanced Growth’ option, for our super members, returned minus 2.3% for the six-month period ended December.

Research by industry super fund-owned bank ME1 found that 70% of Australian card holders have developed poor habits when it comes to credit card use. In this article, we look at five behaviours to avoid so you make the most of having a credit card (that’s if you really do need one).

Valentine’s Day is coming up. Try as we might, it’s hard not to acknowledge its existence when it has become so hyped-up over the years. But demonstrations of love don’t have to cost the earth.

The Royal Commission into the banking industry has seen some banks come under fire for giving financial advice that benefits themselves or the company they work for. NAB admitted to compensating more than 750 financial advice clients since 2009 for the bad advice they received, and had to sack 40 staff as a result.

Saving for a deposit to buy your very first home can be a mammoth task, nearly as challenging as finding an affordable home. In order to help young Australians get into the property market, the federal government introduced the First Home Super Saver Scheme (FHSSS).

It might surprise you to know that the history of New Year’s resolutions is often attributed to the ancient Babylonians who made promises to their Gods – often resolving to get out of debt! Just goes to show that things haven’t changed much financially for over 4,000 years.

Often, your home is more than just a possession and embodies years of memories. Untangling yourself from the emotional attachment you feel is difficult and the subsequent selling of the home can be hard.

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