Join an ever-growing circle of financially empowered women
On average, women retire with almost half the super of men1 due to a number of reasons — including lower earnings, part-time employment and time out from the workforce. 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. Like combining multiple super accounts, setting up regular extra payments to your account, and sticking with a top-performing fund. And the earlier you get started, the better set up for retirement you’ll be.
Important information you should know
1 ASFA Superannuation account balances by age and gender report, October 2017.
2 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.
3 You should consider your debt levels, contribution caps that may apply and tax issues before adding to your super.