superannuation

Five Keys To Help You Thrive In Your Retirement Years

Retirement is a part of your future, and a significant part at that! Some people long for it and some dread it, but not enough people consider what life will actually be like in retirement. It’s difficult to consider the unknowable future, but one thing we know for sure is that retirement has become a … Read more Five Keys To Help You Thrive In Your Retirement Years

Women and Super

Today millions of people around the world celebrate International Women’s Day, championing the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women and focussing on increasing gender equality globally. International Women’s Day began more than one hundred years ago and there has been much to celebrate over that time; the right to vote, increased workforce participation, … Read more Women and Super

A Super Boost for Low- and Middle-Income Earners

Would you like $500 to boost your Super this year? If you’re a low to middle-income earner, you could be eligible to take advantage of the Federal Government’s Super Co-contribution Scheme.  What’s Government Co-contribution? Maybe you’ve heard about or participated in the co-contribution scheme before? The government helps low to middle-income earners save more for … Read more A Super Boost for Low- and Middle-Income Earners

How the 2018 Federal Budget will affect you

Scott Morrison’s third budget is headlined by $140 billion in tax cuts over the next decade, immediate tax relief of up to $1,060 a year for middle-income households and a fundamental reform of the tax system.   Summary of Budget measures Note: These changes are proposals only and may or may not be made law. … Read more How the 2018 Federal Budget will affect you

Investment Objective Changes – March 2018

While investment markets can fluctuate over the short and medium term, our investments are made with a view to providing sustainable long term returns. We strive to invest your retirement savings in ways that provide the best opportunity for your account to grow at a rate greater than the Consumer Price Index (“CPI”), which is … Read more Investment Objective Changes – March 2018

How to buy a home (or help your kids to) 2018

This article comes from a webinar that was run on Monday 19th March 2018 by Gavin Martin from Cornerstone Wealth. Disclaimer: The content of this article includes advice that is general in nature and does not consider your personal situation. Christian Super encourages all people considering their options in retirement planning to seek out qualified professionals … Read more How to buy a home (or help your kids to) 2018

Superannuation – Your Investment Plan B

Millennials in our current age are faced with many pressures and challenges. In a world where the price of housing and avocados continue to rise, there is no reprieve for the millennial trying to have a fair go. House ownership has always been a ubiquitous cultural value in Australian society. The ‘Australian Dream’ or the … Read more Superannuation – Your Investment Plan B

Meet Walter – our Business Development Manager

We recently appointed Walter as our Business Development Manager, and we dragged him all the way from his home in Melbourne into our Sydney office to ask him a few questions. Name Walter Ius What do you do at Christian Super? I’m the Business Development Manager in Victoria and my prime objective is to drive … Read more Meet Walter – our Business Development Manager

How your Super is helping some of the world’s poorest farmers

Did you know that coconut farmers are among the poorest in the world? Entire families subsist on little more than a dollar a day in some areas. But your Super is helping make an impact through coconut farms, while still bringing strong returns for your retirement. Big tree farms, a Christian Super impact investment (through … Read more How your Super is helping some of the world’s poorest farmers

Christian Super Investment Update August 2017

Economic Commentary Domestic – Australian GDP grew 0.8% in the June quarter compared with a negative growth of 0.3% over the previous quarter, driven by a solid recovery in net exports and consumer spending. Yearly inflation rate was 1.9% over the twelve months to the June quarter, compared with 2.1% the previous quarter. Wholesale electricity … Read more Christian Super Investment Update August 2017