Super sites


Want more information on super, not sure where else to go? Don't worry we've compiled a best of the best for you. These sites provide more general information and tools on super to help all Australians live a comfortable lifestyle in retirement.

Find My Super
www.findmysuper.com.au

Find my super is Australia's first website committed to helping Australians find and consolidate their super accounts into one super fund. Over 553,000 people have registered with Find my super. Take the hard work out of sorting out your super.

SuperSeeker - Australian Taxation Office
www.ato.gov.au

The Australian Taxation Office's SuperSeeker searches the Australian Taxation Office's database of accounts to find any lost super you may have. You can then consolidate this into your fund of choice.

SuperSavvy
www.supersavvy.com.au

SuperSavvy is an unbiased, fearless guide to super. It provides independent and unbiased information about super, no matter how old you are.

Super Guru
www.superguru.com.au

Super Guru is an independent website that helps you understand and maximise your super. It is a site for Australians of all ages and stages of their life, whether they're studying, working, have kids or retiring.

MoneySmart
www.moneysmart.gov.au

MoneySmart is an initiative of the Australian Securities & Investments Commission. It offers tips and tools to help you make the most of your money including super.

Australian Taxation Office
www.ato.gov.au

Of particular interest may be the information on the taxation of super benefits and the super co-contribution.

 

 

The trustee of the Retirement Benefits Fund (ABN 51 737 334 954) is the Superannuation Commission (ABN 93 598 914 092).

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