Welcome to the latest edition of NSF Super News for our Employers. In this edition we hint at some big changes for our brand coming soon, look at the process for selecting a default fund, share the potential benefits of salary sacrifice for your employees, and much more.
We’re taking big steps in the right direction
The NSF Super team will be celebrating 30 years of service in 2017, and we’re taking the opportunity to redefine ourselves, our products and services, to ensure we continue to meet the needs of our employers and members for another 30 years.
Choosing NSF Super as your ‘default’ fund
One topic that often causes confusion amongst our contributing employers is ‘default’ funds. We explain what a default fund is and how to nominate NSF Super.
Turbo boost your employees super savings with salary sacrifice
Salary sacrifice is when your employees choose to have you pay some of their salary into super instead of taking the money as after-tax pay. We look at some of the potential benefits that can have for retirement savings.
Still have multiple super accounts of your own?
Apart from making it easier to manage super savings, consolidating any other accounts you may have into an NSF Super account could mean you end up paying a lot less in fees.
Helping members get reunited with ‘lost’ super in one simple step
There’s $12 billion in lost super waiting to be claimed at the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). If some of that could belong to you or your employees, we have a simple solution to get you reunited.
Keeping account details handy with an NSF Super Member Card
Easy access to NSF Super account details is now at our members’ fingertips. This is a quick reminder on how to download the Member Card.