Retirement is a fluid concept, and it’s common for people to approach it flexibly. For instance, retirement doesn’t mean you’ll never want to work again. Part-time work is appealing to many, whether in their usual field or something fresh. You can manage your super to work with whichever route you decide to take.
Accessing your super in retirement
Retirement is an opportunity to focus on doing the things you love. You've been working hard and saving your super for precisely this time of your life — so, here's how to make the most of it.
Super and the age pension
Even if you have super, you may be eligible for at least a part age pension from the government. It's worth looking into as part of your retirement plan.
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