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Choosing the right fund could mean more money in the future, giving you more confidence in your long-term retirement plan performance.

Comparing Funds: Net Benefit

Our Net Benefit graph* shows how we have performed against other major funds over a ten year period, highlighting the returns for members who chose AustralianSuper. These results demonstrate why more Australians trust us than any other fund for five years running.


*Net Benefit calculations by SuperRatings Pty Limited.  The Net Benefit is an estimate of accrued superannuation savings for a member of a fund over 10 years to 30 June 2017 taking into account actual fees and investment returns as disclosed by the product issuer. Fees include asset-based fees, admin fees and member fees and exclude any contribution fees, entry fees, exit fees or additional adviser fees.  Assumptions include: $50,000 starting account balance, $50,000 annual salary, contributions at Superannuation Guarantee rates, amounts expressed in today’s dollars.

Which super is right for you?

Knowing which factors to compare when choosing a super fund is essential to shape your future. Fees, long term benefits and trust are three of the factors you should take into consideration when making your choice. See how we compare to the rest in the table below.**


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Investment returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.

#You should ask your super provider for information about any fees or charges that may apply, or any other information about the effect this transfer may have on your benefits, such as insurance cover, before making a decision to consolidate your super.

+Readers Digest Most Trusted Brands – Superannuation category winner for five years running 2013 – 2017.

**This table contains factual information and is subject to change. Other factors should be considered when choosing a super fund.

Fees are taken from Net Benefit calculations by SuperRatings Pty Limited.

SuperRatings Pty Limited award various ratings, including Platinum, Gold, Silver and Infinity, as a guide to a superannuation fund’s value. See for more information.

  • Product Disclosure Statements(7)

    AustralianSuper Product Disclosure Statement - pdf, 645KB

    Our largest division is open to full-time, part-time and casual employees of any industry

    Personal Plan Product Disclosure Statement - pdf, 645KB

    For people self-employed as sole traders or as a partner in a partnership, or who are not currently in paid employment

    Select Product Disclosure Statement - pdf, 452KB

    For people working for employers who provide tailored insurance arrangements as part of their employment benefits

    Super Options Product Disclosure Statement - pdf, 639KB

    For people that are working for employers who provide Income Protection as part of their employment benefits

    Public Sector Division Product Disclosure Statement - pdf, 658KB

    For people working for a Federal, State or Territory Government employer through a department, agency, government business enterprise or statutory authority

    GHD Superannuation Plan Product Disclosure Statement - pdf, 636KB

    For GHD employees

    Retirement Division Product Disclosure Statement - pdf, 2.6MB

    For people retiring and needing to draw an income from their savings in a tax-effective environment

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