Superannuation fees & costs

A super fund for Australians

At AustralianSuper, our goal is to help you grow your super faster by delivering strong long-term investment performance. AustralianSuper is a profit-for-member fund, this means profit we make is for members not shareholders.

Benefit from our size

As Australia's largest super fund, our size and scale help us keep fees and costs lower.

Profits for members

AustralianSuper is a profit-for-member fund, we don’t pay profits or dividends to shareholders. This means the profits we make are for members.

Strong net benefits

AustralianSuper is a top performing fund over the long term1. This means more super for members.

1 AustralianSuper Balanced investment option (for super and TTR Income) compared to the SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey – SR50 Balanced (60-76) Index to 30 June 2022. AustralianSuper Balanced investment option (for Choice Income) compared to the SuperRatings Pension Fund Crediting Rate Survey - SRP50 Balanced (60–76) Index to 30 June 2022. Investment returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.

Your fees and costs in a nutshell

The below section shows the fees and costs you may be charged. If you don’t have any insurance cover with us, or don’t receive any paid advice, you won’t pay those fees.

We can change the fees we charge at any time without your consent. You’ll be given at least 30 days’ notice before any increase in fees deducted directly from your account takes effect.

Other fees and costs may apply. You should read all the important information about fees and other costs because it is important to understand their impact on your investment. For full details including the fees and costs for each investment option:

What your fees might look like

Most people are invested in our Balanced investment option (default option). The Balanced investment option has a history of strong long-term performance2.

2 AustralianSuper Balanced investment option (for super and TTR Income) compared to the SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey – SR50 Balanced (60-76) Index to 30 June 2022. AustralianSuper Balanced investment option (for Choice Income) compared to the SuperRatings Pension Fund Crediting Rate Survey - SRP50 Balanced (60–76) Index to 30 June 2022. Investment returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns.

 

Examples of annual fees and costs for our Balanced investment option

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