Reinvention is the new retirement

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Are your clients part of the 81 per cent of Australians who will fall short of being able to comfortably retire?

No More Practice Education has commissioned exclusive research from Griffith University on the future of retirement and why we need to reinvent how Aussie families think about this. With an expected savings balance between $2-4 million needed for retirement in the next 26 years, many Gen Xers are at risk of not enjoying a comfortable retirement.

Click here to download the full research report for free.

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