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Nominating your super beneficiary is something you have most likely been asked to do if you have a superannuation fund.

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Global shares had a mixed month. Due to upward movements in the Australian dollar, on an unhedged basis, global shares were down 0.9%, but on a hedged basis were up 2.9%. In a fairly similar result to last month, global emerging markets fell 5.6% over the month.

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The unexpected events of the past few years have made financial protection a front of mind matter for most Australians. Now more than ever we appreciate that life does not always go the way we plan. Having a plan in place if things do take an unexpected turn can mean that our health, lifestyle and family are better protected.

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Global shares fell 2.8% and 5.5% in unhedged and hedged terms, respectively, which was a similar result to what we saw in January. Global emerging markets fell 5.8% over the month.

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Are you approaching retirement? Then chances are the funding of your lifestyle in retirement may be on your mind. Take steps now to avoid getting caught short on retirement income and live the retirement lifestyle you want.

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Global shares fell 2.2% and 5.1% in unhedged and hedged terms, respectively. Global emerging markets rose 1.2% over the month.

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The last couple of years have been tough on a lot of people with the COVID pandemic throwing the world into chaos and taking a toll on our physical, mental, financial and emotional wellbeing.

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New year is a great time for making lifestyle changes, however, for goals and changes affecting your financial health, there’s often no better time than when starting a new job.

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Global shares fell 1.6% and rose 3.7% in hedged and unhedged terms, respectively. Global markets fell (in local currency terms) driven by concerns over a new coronavirus variant, Omicron, emerging from southern Africa.

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In our final edition of inTouch magazine for 2021 we share a few articles worth thinking about as we close out on a challenging year and look forward, optimistically, to 2022.

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