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Australians facing delayed retirement – could a family home be the answer?

29 July, 2021 | 
Pureprofile 

Originally published: Canstar, 29 July 2021

New research reveals one in four Australians are considering staying in the workforce longer than planned, as the pandemic continues to cause uncertainty around retirement plans. Young people are problem solving now by looking at options to top up their super, while one worker says the purchase of a family home will be a key part of his plan.
Super fund Colonial First State, which is owned by the Commonwealth Bank, has released the results of a survey* of 2,000 Australian workers carried out amid widespread lockdowns in July.
*The research was undertaken in July 2021 by Pureprofile with over 2,000 currently employed Australian workers aged 21–65.
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