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Super anyway to cash it out when moving back to the UK?

Old Jul 26th 2018, 6:21 am
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Default Re: Super anyway to cash it out when moving back to the UK?

Originally Posted by Amazulu View Post
Also, I find the info that they have on their websites or what they send you is overly complicated and hard to understand. I know that super is a sophisticated financial product and that there are legal obligations, but they could make things simpler to understand
Yeah, and they all seem to use different metrics, different reporting periods etc, which makes it even more complex to draw a meaningful conclusion.


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Old Jul 29th 2018, 6:27 am
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Default Re: Super anyway to cash it out when moving back to the UK?

Australian super is worth swapping to, If the OP isn't in an industry fund, he should swap immediate to reduce the fees and increase the returns. Especially if he can't withdraw it. It should double every 12 years minimum.

If definitely wont get eaten up in fees if he joins an industry fund.

It should match most property markets that you buy into, so you wont be losing anything in the long run. Unless your going back to heavy debt and high interest rates.

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