Your Super Snapshot

Final question before the big reveal.

After their home, super can be the biggest asset for most Australians when they retire. Have you thought about how much super you’ll have at retirement?

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The average Australian retires 10 years earlier than expected

65 is the average age people plan to retire, 55 is the actual average age people retire1.

Knowing what you're working towards

Whether it’s packing for a holiday or making a home cooked meal, there’s no such thing as being overprepared. That’s why it’s a good idea to start planning for your future now and reap the benefits when retirement comes.

Find out how much you could have for retirement using the AustralianSuper Super Projection calculator. See how long your super could last and how you could start making a big difference to your future balance now.

Calculate how much you could have for the future

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To begin, the calculator will ask you for a few things like your age, before-tax salary, and your current super balance. You can also add in extra contributions to see the difference these could make to your balance at retirement.

Project your future balance

Project your future balance

The calculator will give you a projection of how much super you could have at retirement based on the information you put in as well as estimate how long your super could last.

You can also see the impact of extra contributions to your super account, like regular salary sacrifice contributions, after-tax contributions and a one-off lump sum contribution.

Project your balance

See how much you could have for your retirement and how long it could last.

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