Balance Booster

When you move your AustralianSuper super account or TTR Income account to Choice Income, you could be eligible to receive an additional credit to your retirement balance, a ‘Balance Booster’.

What’s Balance Booster?

Balance Booster is actually a tax saving. If you meet the eligibility requirements we’ll pass this tax saving on to you.

Who’s eligible for the Balance Booster?

diagram showing who is eligible for balance booster

You’ll be eligible for a Balance Booster payment if:

  • you move your existing AustralianSuper super account or TTR Income account to Choice Income, and
  • you’ve been a super or TTR Income member for a full calendar month or more, and
  • you’re invested in one of these investment options:
investment options

You don’t need to apply for the Balance Booster – if you’re eligible you will receive it. If you’re moving from a super account, the Balance Booster amount will be credited to your new Choice Income account the day it’s opened. If you’re moving from TTR Income to Choice Income, the Balance Booster amount will be credited to your Choice Income account the day we change the name of your account.

How is the Balance Booster calculated

The Balance Booster is calculated monthly and is based on:

  • AustralianSuper’s tax position,
  • your balance,
  • your chosen investment option/s, and
  • the amount of time you’ve been invested in the investment option/s.

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