Retirement and superannuation – boring but important

Rise of the Grudge Workforce SPONSORED POST*: As many know, I used to work for News Corp Australia (formerly News Limited), a great job (mostly) that came with solid superannuation payments. But then I took a redundancy package and left the security of salaried employment to hang out my own shingle and work for myself. Ever since leaving News, sorting out my super has been on my ‘to do’ list, but something I haven’t got around to doing. And then Suncorp got in touch with me and explained why it’s important I stop putting that stuff off a second longer.

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Tracing my family tree and filling in the blanks

George Starling I HAVE long been interested in my family tree but haven’t really done much to trace my ancestors. However, as mentioned previously, time is pressing and what was previously an idle wish to “one day” explore my tree, has now become a more urgent matter. We live in such a new country that you only have to go back a few generations to find out how your family arrived here and for me, it’s exciting to begin building that picture…

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