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How much do you need to retire in Australia?

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  WEDNESDAY, 29 MAY 2024
... need $595,000. A modest retirement requires both couples and singles to save $100,000 by the same age. ASFA chief executive Mary Delahunty said retirees are feeling considerable cost of living pressure on their household budgets and added that ongoing ...

Super funds to solve the housing crisis?

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  TUESDAY, 21 MAY 2024
Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia (ASFA) chief executive Mary Delahunty said at the Australian Shareholders' Association Conference yesterday that addressing the supply side of the housing crisis requires an infusion of private capital. ...

Liberals respond to Federal Budget

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  FRIDAY, 17 MAY 2024
... their retirements in an attempt to get on the property ladder, amid a housing-affordability crisis," ASFA chief executive Mary Delahunty said. "While ASFA welcomes constructive discussions on how best to ensure everyone in this country has a safe place ...

Industry reacts to Federal Budget

ELIZA BAVIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 15 MAY 2024
... appropriate return for super funds and advance our nation's prosperity are a double dividend for Australians," ASFA chief executive Mary Delahunty said. Meanwhile, ASFA analysis found that paying superannuation on paid parental leave combined with the ...

Budget 2024: Government heeds industry calls to better support women

JAMIE WILLIAMSON  |  TUESDAY, 14 MAY 2024
... and return later, and around 4000 women will retire prematurely because of severe menopause symptoms," ASFA chief executive Mary Delahunty said. Finally, the Carer Payment is being reworked to provide greater flexibility. The government will provide ...

Super for housing 'economically reckless': SMC

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  WEDNESDAY, 1 MAY 2024
... back the same policy which will leave young people behind and entrench intergenerational inequality," ASFA chief executive Mary Delahunty said. "In his speech Senator Bragg argues that using super for a home deposit is better than being a lifelong renter ...

ASFA appoints new policy head

ELIZA BAVIN  |  FRIDAY, 12 APR 2024
... appointment of James Koval to the newly created role of head of policy and advocacy, effective immediately. ASFA chief executive Mary Delahunty said she was delighted to welcome Koval to the ASFA team. "James' appointment will strengthen ASFA's deep ...

Aware Super chair named governor-general

ELIZA BAVIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 3 APR 2024
... Mostyn's appointment to the new role. "I congratulate Samantha Mostyn on her well-deserved appointment," ASFA chief executive Mary Delahunty said. "The office of the Governor-General is strengthened by Samantha Mostyn's dedication to gender equality ...

Raiding super can worsen housing affordability: Research

KARREN VERGARA  |  MONDAY, 25 MAR 2024
... to buy a home and agrees everyone deserves a secure place to live, particularly in retirement," said ASFA chief executive Mary Delahunty. "While superannuation may seem like a tempting pot to raid, our analysis shows it will only benefit those young ...

ASFA Retirement Standard hits record high

ANDREW MCKEAN  |  WEDNESDAY, 13 MAR 2024
... under substantial pressure for the past two years due to the high cost of essential goods and services," ASFA chief executive Mary Delahunty said. "Fortunately, we are seeing price increases in the key categories that make up retiree budgets - home and ...
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