Reinvention: how superannuation is part of the solution

For many of us, superannuation will be our largest asset outside the family home, and the biggest income generator to support us in retirement. In light of this, we need to reinvent how we save and encourage younger generations to working towards self-sufficiency in retirement much earlier, says Bryce Doherty of UBS Asset Management. Bryce discusses why a mind shift is necessary and what role advisers, and the government have to play when it comes to super engagement.


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