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Super News – Member Edition – Issue #2 2018

Welcome to the latest edition of Super News for our members. In this edition we look at some exciting new changes for the Fund, including our new alliance with Russell Investments, some simple tips to help you understand salary sacrifice, details of the financial advice service available for members, the basics around how super is taxed, and some budgeting tips for younger members. Click here to download a PDF version.

Exciting Changes for Nationwide Super are Coming Soon

The Trustee of Nationwide Super has announced that the Fund has entered an alliance with Russell Investments for the ongoing benefit of members and our supporting employers. Set to take place at the end of November 2018, this article provides some current details about the transfer.

More details about the changes

About Russell Investments

A brief overview of Russell Investments and the size, security and experience they are bringing to the new alliance with Nationwide Super.

Learn more about Russell Investments

Understanding Salary Sacrifice

Everything you need to know about Salary Sacrifice and superannuation, and how this arrangement may help provide a handy boost to your super savings in the long-term.

Salary Sacrifice Explained

Financial Advice is Just a Phone Call Away

More and more members are looking to Nationwide Super for help with their individual super savings needs and broader financial goals – so we’ve called in the experts from Link Advice. See how a Super Adviser could help you today, with the convenience of over-the-phone support.

Find out how we can help

How Super is Taxed

Usually, super savings are taxed at three key points: when it goes into a super fund (through contributions); while it is in the fund (your investment earnings); and when you make a withdrawal (your super benefits). Super is generally subject to different tax rules to make it an attractive investment option for your retirement savings.

Learn more about super and tax

10 Budget Hacks When You’re Just Starting Out

No matter whether you’re studying or a newbie in the workforce, it’s still possible to grow your savings. Check out ME Bank’s top 10 tips to help your savings grow.

Read about the 10 hacks here
The information contained in this document is of a general nature only. It does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider whether it is appropriate to your individual circumstances. Before you make any investment decisions, we suggest you obtain and read the relevant Nationwide Super Product Disclosure Statement, available at, and/or seek licensed financial advice.
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