Your super is likely to be your main asset and form of income when you stop working – so it’s important to make sure you have enough
As a guide, ASFA* calculate for a comfortable retirement, a couple will need over $61,000 a year and a single person over $43,000 a year.
See for yourself the difference a little extra today can make to your super, explore different contribution options through our calculator. You’ll be amazed what it can add up to!
*ASFA (Association of Superannuation Funds of Australia) provides resources both for the superannuation industry and the general public.
The information includes a budget to fund a comfortable or modest standard of living in post-work years. All the information can be found here.
You can make extra contributions regularly from your pay or from time to time as a lump sum when you have spare funds.
For regular contributions
For regular contributions (before or after tax) – you’ll need to complete the Voluntary Contributions Form and give it to your Employer.
For lump sum contributions
For lump sum contributions – there are a few ways you can contribute via BPay, Direct Deposit or cheque. Simply complete the Deposit Form with your instructions.
Check in on your super as things evolve
Get help online
There are a series of tools and resources available on our website
to help you explore and manage your super.
Ask general questions or request further information through our Member Services team
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The information in this presentation is general only and doesn’t take into consideration individual circumstances. Our financial planners are available to provide any individual advice you may need.
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