The Ultimate Faceoff - Mortgage vs Super - Who Will It Be?

Welcome to The Ultimate Guide To Paying Off Your Mortgage vs Topping Up Your Super.

While we aim to provide you exceptional value and insights into your financial affairs, we also want to make it explicitly clear that the content in this guide is not financial advice and is general in nature.

If you’re seeking financial advice for your mortgage or super, we encourage you to chat with a financial adviser.

Who’s It For?

This guide was written for those in their 40’s and 50’s, living in and around Perth, who want to get some of their biggest ducks in a row before retirement.

It’s for those who feel like they’ve worked hard their entire life; those that have been committed to creating the best life possible for themselves and their families.

Over the years you might have worked hard by working your way into a respectable position or maybe you’ve started a business along the way.

You’ve most likely raised a family at this stage and perhaps they’re starting to fly the nest…

At this stage of your life you may find more space in your home as the kids spend time elsewhere; with partners, friends or uni/work commitments.

Whatever your circumstances, you’ve finally had the time to start thinking about yourself (for once) and the important life events which are coming up.

The Event of the Half Century… Retirement

While this is not a comprehensive guide about retirement planning, it might give you some pretty good ideas on where to start, especially when it comes to your mortgage or superannuation.


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