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.
When it comes to super funds, there’s a wealth of choice and your choice of fund can make a big difference to your wealth. So it pays to know what’s what.
Default MySuper funds have been undergoing a makeover in recent years, with performance under the microscope and fees falling.
Discover the cheapest super funds overall, funds with the lowest fees for each investment category, as well the most expensive super funds.
An easy way to determine if you believe your super fund is good value, is to assess the cost of your super fund against the average costs for the different types of super funds available.
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.
The urge to merge is gaining momentum among super funds, leaving members to weigh up the costs and benefits.
Although defined benefit funds are disappearing in Australia, if you’re lucky enough to be a member, they can offer a valuable way to save for your retirement.
Now updated to 30 September 2021. Have you ever looked at your super fund’s investment returns and wondered how your fund compares with similar funds? Is it a consistently high performer or an inveterate underachiever?
Small APRA funds aren’t sexy, but they can offer valuable benefits if you want more control of your super investments without the trustee responsibilities.
New legislation will ‘staple’ members to their first super fund until they retire unless they choose otherwise. There are benefits but also some pitfalls to be aware of.
If you are one of the million Australians whose super fund failed APRA’s recent performance test, consider these things before you jump ship.
For the first time, the regulator APRA has required super funds to publish annual member outcomes assessments (MOAs) on their websites. These self-assessments show the extent to which funds actually help their members save for retirement and how they compare to other funds.
After much haggling, the Government’s latest package of super reforms aimed at tackling high fees and low performance has passed through parliament.
There is still a big gap between the retirement savings of women and men, but some funds are offering support when younger women and families need it most.