During share market falls in the early parts of 2020, some Mercer members considered moving their super into a cash investment option.
On Sunday 22 March 2020, the Federal Government announced that eligible individuals will be able to access up to $10,000 of their super for the next two financial years
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Markets have fallen sharply but long-term investors can ride out the storm.
Coronavirus concerns have continued to impact global share markets in recent days.
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