AustralianSuper is a long-term partner of the Mother's Day Classic, and we're excited to continue our partnership for the 12th consecutive year in 2024. We noticed an increase in insurance claims related to breast cancer, so are proud to support a foundation that’s raised millions to fund life-saving breast cancer research, helping those affected and the Australian community.
By getting active with your super today, you could make a big difference to your financial future later on.
Small steps to a brighter future
On average, women aged between 60 to 64 have a super balance of $246,885 compared to men who have $322,184. This means women have around 23% less super than men1.
But it doesn’t have to be like that. There are little things you can do now which can make a big difference to your financial future. Take these 5 steps to help take control of your super:
1. Compare and choose
1. Compare and choose
Comparing funds can be a great place to start when choosing the right super fund for you, looking at things like long-term investment performance, fees and insurance options.
Did you know super has long played a role in the Mother’s Day Classic?
Since the Mother’s Day Classic was founded in 1998, superannuation funds had increasingly noticed that breast cancer was one of the common reasons for accessing death and disability benefits.
This presented an opportunity for AustralianSuper to be part of the journey and collaborate for an inspiring event to help raise funds and awareness, so that we can all see out a life that involves an enjoyable healthy and happy retirement. To learn more about the role super plays in the Mothers Day Classic visit mothersdayclassic.com.au/foundation
Joining us is easy
It’s easy to see the difference a top-performing fund4 could make. Become a member in under 15 minutes.
Ages 60 – 64, Deloitte Average Balances to 30 June 2022, rounded to the nearest $100. People with zero superannuation are not included in average data.
Before making a decision to combine your super, consider any fees or charges that may apply, and the effect a transfer may have on benefits in your other fund such as insurance cover. We recommend you consider seeking financial advice.
Before adding to your super, consider your financial circumstances, contribution caps that may apply, and tax issues. We recommend you consider seeking financial advice.
SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey, SR50 Balanced (60 76) Index to 31 March 2023. Returns from equivalent investment options of the ARF and STA super funds are used for periods before 1 July 2006. Investment returns aren’t guaranteed. Past performance isn’t a reliable indicator of future returns.