A skilled engineer with four decades of experience in the construction industry at home and abroad, Rob first hung up his hard hat, however briefly, in 2012. He tried again in 2015, going so far as to
“Imagine the shock when we were told post op that he had an incurable cancer in his bile ducts and that nothing could be done except palliative care,” Sally says.
Many people know a balanced investment portfolio contains a mix of key asset classes but when it comes to real estate, we’re more likely to think of residential homes than commercial property investme
Mercer senior partner David Knox says now is an ideal time for the Australian public to begin a serious conversation about retirement.
Turn your retirement plans from theory into a realistic practice with some help from this recent Mercer survey.
Find yourself with superannuation accounts here, there and everywhere? It's time to tidy up your super.
Older Australians will be allowed to make voluntary super contributions without meeting the current work test under proposed new laws.
Even when financially prepared for retirement, many people are unprepared for the psychological and social changes that occur.
As young people struggle to accumulate savings and get into the housing market, generous parents can nudge them into the black.
Many of us will be in the workforce until we’re 70. We analyse the challenges and opportunities for older workers.
Bill and Glenys Parry could hardly have retired at a worse time; but they had a plan and they stuck to it.
New rules for lifetime income products – like Mercer’s LifetimePlus – could help pensioners boost their pay cheque.
We all know Australia’s population is living longer, yet many of us are failing to plan adequately for life well into our 80s.
Martin Gunasilan has many qualities that are perfectly suited to his role at Mercer and his ambition to become a priest.
Society needs to radically rethink how people spend their retirement years as we live longer and spend more.
It’s not only the younger generation who are eager to break out of their comfort zone and indulge in a little wanderlust.
Juggling family, work and study for many years did not halt Karen’s desire to achieve financial independence.
Young mum Aleksandra says dedicating time and energy to building financial literacy has broadened her worldview.