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HAPPY DAYS: A lucky few are able to retire with plenty to spare. Photo: iStockphoto

Planning for a first-rate retirement

Long-term low interest rates have added further complexity to the issue of superannuation and the aged pension. 

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Coffs
We should start a new super option for all Australians when they are born , lets call it Baby Super or Super Baby Starting Super at birth allows more time to build a decent nest egg for the future. Lets take $10k (deposited by parents or government ) at birth and $20 per week for 65 years ends up at $1.2M @6% if we cracked 10% it would compound to $10.2M plenty of cash for the world trip and no strain on the government !

Perth
spot on.

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WA revenue

10th↑Minderoo Group$753.0m
11th↓Barminco$691.0m
12th↑Perth Airport$585.8m
13th↑John Hughes Group$483.0m
14th↓DVG Automotive GroupNFP
104 private companies - large ranked by revenue most recent financial year

Total combined value of current WA projects

21st-Baltinas86,000,000
22nd-Perth Airport18,100,000
73 property - (built-form) developers ranked by total combined value of current WA projects ($)

Number of Employees

Private Companies - Large

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