Nerida Cole and Ishara Rupasinghe take callers’ questions about all things superannuation – ABC Radio Nightlife

Making money last in retirement is harder than ever, as life expectancies are increasing and funding your retirement is not just about what your investments earn. Knowing the ins and outs of how superannuation works is important, to make sure you’re not paying more tax than you have to - now or in the future. Join Dixon Advisory experts Nerida Cole and Ishara Rupasinghe on ABC Radio Nightlife, as they take callers’ questions about all things super. How do transition to retirement income streams work? What are the pros and cons of putting money into super? What are the rules around the $1.6 million transfer balance cap and how is a spouse affected by that cap, if a partner passes away? They also discuss the special downsizing provision that came into effect earlier this year and some considerations if you’re thinking about downsizing.

Dixon Advisory experts regularly appear as guests on ABC Nightlife and in other media, sharing their financial insights on a range of topics including super, personal finances and retirement planning.

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Nerida Cole

Managing Director, Head of Advice

Nerida has more than 20 years of industry experience. Through her expertise in strategic financial planning and advice, Nerida has helped individuals and families from diverse backgrounds to manage their finances and superannuation during their careers and into retirement. 

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