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    Nine mastheads launch editorial series to help readers boost super

    Nine is launching an editorial series, Super Fit, from the money experts at The Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, Brisbane Times, and WAtoday.

    The six-part series aims to take readers step-by-step through how to create the strongest possible super balance, and debuts with launch partner Colonial First State.

    The series will cover topics including planning how much you’ll need to retire comfortably, which funds to use, the best allocation at each age, how and when to make additional contributions, and how to spend in retirement. 

    Super Fit stories will appear in the Money section in the Wednesday editions of the Herald and The Age until 26 June, and are also housed in a digital collection across the four masthead websites. The digital collection also includes superannuation stories by money experts such as John Collett, Bec Wilson, and Paul Benson.

    Money editor Dominic Powell said getting your super in shape “is one of the most crucial things you can do to ensure a comfortable retirement, yet it’s something many of us don’t think about until it’s too late.”

    “Small changes now – like switching funds or making an extra contribution – could mean thousands of extra dollars in your pocket later in life. If you’re someone who doesn’t know where to start, Super Fit will help you take the first steps on this journey, and answer any questions you have about the most important investment you’ll (probably) ever make.”

    For many people, their mandatory superannuation investment will be the largest asset they will have in their lifetime. On 1 July, the rate that workplaces need to pay employees will increase to 11.5% of their salary, rising to 12% by July 2025. 

    Super Fit features an interactive superannuation calculator that allows users to predict what their Super will look like in 5, 10, 15, 20 years and beyond. 

    James McCluskie, client director finance and technology, added Super Fit “presents the perfect platform for our superannuation clients. Allowing them to position themselves as a relatable fund driving superior outcomes for their current and future members that align with our readership’s values.”

    The post Nine mastheads launch editorial series to help readers boost super appeared first on Mediaweek.

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