Education & webinars

Making the best decisions about your super and retirement comes from having the best information to suit your needs.

FY23 EOFY investment update

On Tuesday 15 August, a panel of AustralianSuper experts discussed the strategies that helped deliver returns for members and what you can expect for your super in the year ahead.

Preparing for your retirement journey

No matter where you are on the road to retirement, it’s good to know the right steps to plan your future. Boosting your super while you’re still working, finding different ways to fund your retirement and keeping engaged with your super can all help you retire with confidence.

Do you need $1 million to retire?

How much money do you need to retire? You might’ve heard you need $1 million – it’s the figure that’s often thrown around as the financial retirement ideal. Learn more about how much you might need to fund your lifestyle in retirement.

Understanding transition to retirement

Make the most of your super in your working years before retirement. A transition to retirement (TTR) strategy lets you access some of your super while you’re still working. See how you could save more super or work less hours without affecting your take-home pay.

Estate planning and your super

What happens to your money when you're gone? Nominating super beneficiaries and understanding the tax consequences (so loved ones can potentially avoid unexpected tax bills) are all part of smart estate planning.

Understanding contributions and recent legislative changes

If you’re thinking about adding a bit extra to super, find out about the different contribution types, limits and benefits that may be available to you. We’ll also unpack recent legislative changes and where advantages could exist.

Retirement ready - what are your super options?

Choosing how to manage your super when you finish work is an important decision, as different actions may have greater financial benefits. Find out more about your income options and what difference an account based pension could make.

*Personal financial product advice is provided under the Australian Financial Services Licence held by a third party and not by AustralianSuper Pty Ltd.

1Investment returns aren’t guaranteed. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future returns

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