See how AustralianSuper compares
Even in retirement, our history of strong performance and low fees has given AustralianSuper members an advantage over the long term. And being with a top-performing fund could make a big difference to how long your retirement savings last.
The following table compares AustralianSuper’s Choice Income net benefit against the average super fund and the average retail super fund. It shows how a member’s balance would have grown over 10 years to 30 June 2020, whilst still drawing a regular retirement income.
|Starting balance||Average yearly income payment over 10 years||Investment earnings over 10 years (less fees)||Balance after 10 years|
|AustralianSuper Choice Income account Balanced option||$300,000||$21,900||$366,100||$419,900|
|All super funds (average)||$300,000||$20,400||$300,900||$356,200|
|Retail super funds (average)||$300,000||$19,600||$276,500||$327,000|
Net benefit refers to investment earnings to 30 June 2020 (less admin and investment fees). Investment returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns4.