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Getting more from your super

Simple changes to your super today can make a big difference tomorrow. Start getting more from your super and strengthen your financial future.

 

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Are you still insured through your super?

New rules to tidy up super from the federal government mean many people have lost their insurance cover. 

  

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Baby Boomers: It’s not too late to grow your super

A smart retirement plan can yield more than you might think.

  

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Super is seriously tax-friendly

Super remains one of the most tax-effective ways to save for your retirement so it’s important to understand how you can best benefit from it.

  

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Downsizers may not have much to give to super

Nigel Bowen looks at the pros and cons of downsizing to make the most of new generous super-contribution rules.

  

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Five ways to shape up your superannuation

From changing investment options to government perks, learn five easy strategies that could help you make the most out of your superannuation.

  

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Don't let a career break hurt your superannuation

Planning some time out of the workforce? Here are some ways to make sure your super keeps growing when you're away from the workforce.

   

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Can you get a better return on your super?

Should you take greater risk to earn a greater return on your super? Hear what the experts have to say.

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How to get an extra $500 in your superannuation

You might be able to get a superannuation boost from the government. Find out if you’re eligible today.

  

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Eight ways to boost your superannuation

Need to boost your super? Learn how to consolidate accounts, find lost super, make extra contributions, and more.


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Understanding the First Home Super Saver Scheme

Learn about the First Home Super Saver Scheme, how you could boost your savings, and how to make contributions with ANZ.

  

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Calculate how much super you need for retirement

Do you know how much super you’ll need for retirement? Plan for the future with the help of online retirement calculator tools.

  

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Tips for managing your super throughout your life

Actively managing your super throughout your life is key to a comfortable retirement. Here are some of the most common considerations.

  

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Millennials can double their money

From a small base you can build considerable wealth if they let compound interest do its work on your superannuation.

  

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Yep, you can travel now and save for the future

Young Australians are enjoying travelling now while still supplementing their super contributions to ensure they can afford to keep travelling well into retirement.

   

OnePath Custodians Pty Limited (OnePath Custodians) ABN 12 008 508 496, AFSL 238346, RSE L0000673 is the trustee of the Retirement Portfolio Service (ABN 61 808 189 263, RSE R1000986) (Fund) and issuer of the interests in “ANZ Smart Choice Super”, a suite of products consisting of ANZ Smart Choice Super, ANZ Smart Choice Super for employers and their employees and ANZ Smart Choice Super for QBE Management Services Pty Ltd and their employees.

ANZ Smart Choice Super is issued by OnePath Custodians and distributed by Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited (ANZ) 11 005 357 522. ANZ is an authorised deposit taking institution (Bank) under the Banking Act 1959 (Cth). OnePath Custodians is the issuer of this product but is not a Bank. Except as described in the relevant Product Disclosure Statement, the obligations of OnePath Custodians are not deposits or liabilities of ANZ or its related group companies. None of them stands behind or guarantees the issuer or the capital or performance of any investment. Such investment is subject to investment risk, including possible repayment delays and loss of income and principal invested. Returns can go up and down. Past performance is not indicative of future performance.

This information is subject to change. You should read the relevant Financial Services Guide (FSG), PDS, product and other updates (for open and closed products) available at ANZ.com.au/super and consider whether the product is right for you before making a decision to acquire, or to continue to hold the product. Updated information will be available free of charge by calling Customer Services on 133 665.

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