Gen X and Gen Y now entering the Self Managed Super Fund Market
Super funds are no longer viewed as an investment vehicle for individuals either in or approaching retirement. New research shows that younger generations are now looking to establish Self Managed Super Funds. According to Russell Investments and SMSF Professionals Association of Australia, about 14% of Generation X (31-45 years) and 10 per cent of Generation Y are looking to establish a Self Managed Super Fund in the next two years, compared to 10.5% of Baby Boomers.
The next decade in the superannuation segment will be Gen X’s as they build for their retirement. Australia is experiencing a massive demographic shift as the baby boomer generation moves into retirement, and Gen X investors wanting more control of their super and lower fees.
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