What to consider when choosing a super fund
How can you be sure you’re with the right fund for your needs? Take a look at the different ways to compare super funds and what factors to consider when finding the right fund for you.
Which super fund is best?
There's no easy answer and no-one-size-fits-all for super funds. The best super fund for you is the one that has the benefits and features you want, and invests your money in a cost-effective way. It should leave you feeling comfortable in how it's governed and regulated, and give you the knowledge & information you need to work towards your retirement goals. While comparison sites can be helpful, it's best not to rely solely on them. It's important to take the time to do your homework when choosing a super fund.
Check if you can choose your fund
Most people can choose the super fund they want their employer to contribute to. However, in some circumstances employees may not have this choice. For example - under an industrial agreement or defined benefit members. The best way to find out if you can choose your own super fund is to ask your employer.
How can you be sure you’re with the right fund for your needs?
Take a look at the different ways to compare super funds and what factors to consider.
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