Your super

Your superannuation may be one of the biggest investments you make in your life. You deserve to be well informed and confident when it comes to making decisions about your super. These units will help you get started.

Spouse super contributions

Did you know that you may be able to contribute to the super of your low-income spouse? This unit shows you how it’s done.

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Super statements

Every year you get a thick, shiny new statement in the mail from your super fund. But do you really understand what it says? This unit will help you decode your statement.

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Lost super

Statistically, there’s a good chance you may have some ‘lost’ super waiting for you to come and claim it. Learn what lost super is, and why it’s important for you to find it.

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Salary sacrificing to super

Whether you’re already considering salary sacrificing, or just want to get ideas on growing your super faster, this unit is a must do.

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Super co-contribution

Did you know you could be eligible for a free super top-up from the government each year? If you weren’t aware, get started on this unit now.

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Super investments

Did you know you’ve got a choice of investment options within your super fund? This unit takes you through some common options, including strategies for different risk appetites, so you can see what  may be right for you.

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Insurance through super

This unit guides you through the ins and outs of getting insurance through your super. Find out how much coverage you’ve got, and how to work out the level of coverage you really need.

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Super basics

Get started on the road to understanding your super and planning for a financially secure retirement. This unit is a must-do if you have no idea about super and just want to wrap your head around the essentials.

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Super contributions

Look at the various ways you can contribute to your super, beyond just employer contributions. Includes the basics of how contributions are made, administrated and taxed.

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