Education & webinars

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

EOFY investment update webinar

Join our AustralianSuper experts for an overview of the year that was and our outlook for investment markets. Plus, considerations when making investment decisions.

Supercharge your income in retirement

If you’re retired, or heading towards retirement, you may be worried about the rising cost of living and how you’ll live a comfortable lifestyle in retirement. Learn ways that could help boost your retirement income.

Who inherits your super?

What happens to your super when you're gone? Did you know it isn’t automatically covered by your estate? Learn about how you can nominate your loved ones and understand the potential tax consequences for different beneficiaries.

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    Register for a live webinar

    Webinar length: 30 min + 15 min Q&A

    What we'll cover:

    • What is estate planning
    • Types of beneficiaries and who you can nominate
    • Understanding tax implications
    • Super help and advice options 

    Tuesday 3 September 12pm (AEST) / 11.30am (ACST) / 10am (AWST)


    If you prefer reading, we have articles & brochures that can help you gain a better understanding of the topic.

    Nominate who gets your super | More information

    What happens to your super when you die - choosing a beneficiary | Article


    Binding death benefit nomination form - pdf, 208KB

The Government Age Pension – are you eligible?

Many Australians in retirement receive either a part or full Government Age Pension. And the good news is you don't have to use all of your super before you can access it. Learn how the Government Age Pension works, the eligibility criteria, and what income and assets impact it.

Keep your super safe online

Superannuation is likely to be one of your largest assets. Understand how to keep it safe from scams and fraud events.

1. Before adding to your super, consider your financial circumstances, contribution caps that may apply, and tax issues. We recommend you consider seeking financial advice.

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

3. Transition to Retirement (TTR) can be complex and isn’t suited to everyone. It’s a good idea to get financial advice before deciding if a TTR Income account is right for you.

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