Vision Super

Are you retirement-ready?

Check out how Vision Super’s services makes it easier Retirement is the time to start enjoying the money you spent your working life accumulating, and you’ll want to be confident that your money will go the distance. There are many steps involved in preparing for retirement including deciding whether you’re ready to leave steady employment…

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Do you have the right type of insurance?

Super funds not only help you in saving for your retirement but also offer insurance as peace of mind in the event that something may happen to you. So, if you have insurance, it’s important to make sure you’re not underinsured or being overcharged for cover you don’t need, and if you don’t have insurance,…

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Understanding your annual super statement

Your Vision Super annual statement is now available via your AOL account so simply log in to view it or call us and we’ll send it out to you. We understand member statements are often full of terms you may be unfamiliar with, but it’s important to check at least a few key points to…

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The value of insurance

Ever wonder how your family would cope if the unthinkable was to happen? How would you keep your independence, or protect your family if you weren’t able to work? Hopefully nothing bad does happen, but unfortunately, some lives are interrupted by an accident, illness or premature death, so why not put yourself in a position…

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Possible impacts of any delay in legislated SG increases

Superannuation guarantee, or SG, is the amount your employer has to pay into your super fund on your behalf. The purpose of super is to provide income in retirement to substitute or supplement the government age pension, so the rate of the SG should be set at a level that will provide enough income to…

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What should I do with my Super?

What should I do with my Super?

We understand many are concerned about the state of the economy including its effect on your super. We encourage you, however, to remember that super is a long-term investment and while we have recently seen negative returns they are often followed by years of strong returns and performance. If retirement is far away For our…

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Vision Super’s April performance

Whether through a global pandemic or just day-to-day management of your super it’s important to know that your super isn’t invested only in shares, but also in other types of assets, which helps spreads the risk. In the 12 months to the end of April this year, the Australian equity market, as measured by the…

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What should I be doing with my super?

Vision Super

We understand many are concerned about the state of the economy including its effect on your super. However, please remember that super is a long-term investment and while we have recently seen negative returns they are often followed by years of strong returns and performance. If retirement is far away For those whose retirement isn’t…

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Vision Super’s response to COVID-19

Even during this time of uncertainty, one thing remains the same: Vision Super is committed to providing support to our members and employers. Although we’ve had to make changes to how we service our members (the Vision Super office is closed and we can’t provide face-to-face support, like seminars) we continue to help our members…

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Death benefits and what happens when you die

If you have death cover, the payout to your beneficiaries will be comprised of both the death cover and the account balance. If your account does not have death cover, then only the account balance will be paid, but how do you make sure it gets into the right hands? Death cover If you’re under…

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