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Member News – Edition 1 – 2016

NSF Super News for Members Welcome to the latest edition of NSF Super News for our Members. In this edition we introduce our new Member Card, cover off improvements to our online MemberAccess service, detail the super rates and thresholds for the 2016/17 financial year, and advise of some important changes to the NSF Super […]

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Taking action on the gender gap in super

Taking action on the gender gap in super Did you know? Women retire, on average, with $105,000 in super savings – $92,000 less than men 1 in 3 women will retire with no super savings at all Around 90 per cent of women will retire with inadequate savings to fund a ‘comfortable lifestyle’ in retirement. […]

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Deciding what to do with your superannuation savings

Deciding what to do with your superannuation savings For some people it may be just around the corner – for others, quite a few years down the track – but as you get closer to the age where you can access your super savings, one of the key decisions is what to do with it? While […]

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Significant Event Notices – from the NSF Super Trustee

Significant Event Notices – from the NSF Super Trustee The NSF Super Trustee recently issued Significant Event Notices (SEN) relating to changes to investment options, fees & costs, and insurance premiums and terms from 1 July 2015. You can view the SENs by clicking here and here.

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Income Protection Insights

Income Protection insights We’re all guilty of comparing ourselves to our neighbours in the lifestyle stakes from time to time. The concept of “keeping up with the Joneses” is alive and well, from the city to suburbia and beyond. Competition with our neighbours for the best lawn, the fanciest car, the latest phones or the […]

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Women facing huge savings gap – Member News

Member News – Winter 2014 Women facing huge savings gap Women are way behind in their retirement savings according to research by Rice Warner, with a massive savings gap for working-age Australian women of $383 billion. Commissioned by Women in Super, the research also shows that women are not currently in a position to contribute […]

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