Anxiety over our health is being matched by anxiety over our finances as the full force of the coronavirus becomes apparent across Australia.
Australians have seen their super balances fall alongside world markets, a devastating impact on their day-to-day finances as work dries up and growing uncertainty about the long-term impact on their families’ fortunes.
Governments and companies have responded with changes to super rules and other strong moves such as mortgage repayment holidays designed to help everyone through, but it can still be confusing.
News Corp Australia is holding an expert question and answer session on Wednesday to address your concerns around money matters in the wake of COVID-19.
David Haynes, head of policy for the Australian Institute of Superannuation Trustees, can answer your super questions, and Angus Sullivan, Group Executive Retail Banking Services at the Commonwealth Bank, can address broader personal finance and banking concerns.
They will be online from 12pm and 12.30pm AEDT respectively to answer your questions.
Ask your questions in the comments below.
Note: Due to the volume of questions, our experts will not be able to reply to all comments.