Superannuation is a long-term investment but that doesn’t mean you can afford to put off thinking about it indefinitely.
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The surprisingly strong share market rally from April through to August resulted in strong positive returns for all Lifecycle cohorts during that period.
Checking your annual super fund statement is important. Here are 10 key points you need to review to ensure your super fund is working hard for you.
It was fitting that sustainability and a focus on the long term were the focus of this year’s Chant West Super Fund of the Year Awards.
While it’s important to recognise the top performing or cheapest super funds, these factors aren’t all that matters when you are comparing super funds.
If you have worked in New Zealand and have a KiwiSaver account, it’s possible to transfer those savings across the ditch if you have since moved to Australia. Just don’t expect it to be easy.
On this page you can find a list of all super funds that are regulated by APRA. This is essentially every fund except for SMSFs and small APRA funds.
Whatever your circumstances, it’s important to canvass all your options before you make your final selection. It’s also worth remembering that your choice of fund is not a life sentence. If you are unhappy with your fund for whatever reason, you are free to switch funds provided you have choice.
When it comes to investing your super, working out what mix of assets to use is tricky. But new research shows there are important issues to remember when selecting your mix of investment assets.
Superannuation is now very much super-sized, with 187 super funds and $2.9 trillion invested. Here we list the 20 largest super funds in Australia so that you can benchmark your own fund.
Is your super fund a star performer or a lemon? Follow our 6-step guide to assess if your super fund is right for you.
APRA has released a ‘heatmap’ of MySuper superannuation funds designed to smoke out underperformers. We look at why it’s come about, and what insights it presents.
Self-managed super funds are still growing both in number and in assets. Yet, despite the popularity, the average trustee of an SMSF has only a vague understanding of the difference between those funds and public offer funds, which include retail funds and industry funds. Here, Noel Whittaker clarifies the differences.
While the big funds absorb recent legislation, some noteworthy innovation is coming from entrepreneurial outsiders hungry for a slice of that $2.9 trillion pie. We look at some of the leading innovations over the past year and what they tell us about where super is headed.
Industry super funds continue to hold their edge over retail funds for member satisfaction, with Cbus rating highest.