Personal superannuation (often simply known as ‘super’) is money that’s put aside and saved while you’re working, so you can enjoy a regular income later in life when you retire.  These days, the average Australian may expect around 20 years of retirement. By investing money in a superannuation fund, you’re building a nest egg to live on when you’re no longer earning a wage. And the more you put away now, the more you’ll be able to spend in your retirement. 


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Superannuation Boost

Retirement may only be a few years away or could even be way off into the distance, but there is always time to make sure your super is in order.

Just by saving a little more now, this will go to making a big difference in the future.

Reading Superannuation Statements

Your superannuation is a pretty important part of your financial life so you should make sure your super fund details are all up to date, and that you know what you're paying for.

Choosing the right super fund

Choosing a super fund is a bit like dating. Pick the right fund and you'll be set for a long, happy and comfortable life when you retire.
Set your sights on the wrong one and you're in for a world of pain. Here's how to choose the best super fund for you.