Posts Tagged ‘VisionSuper’

Boost your super by up to $500

Are you eligible for the Government co-contribution? If you’re a low or middle-income earner and make personal (after-tax) contributions to your super fund, the government may also make a contribution (called a government co-contribution) up to a maximum amount of $500. The amount of government co-contribution you receive depends on your income and how much…

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How do we look?

Vision Super’s new look for 2021 We are Vision Super and we’re proud to say we’ve been helping Victoria’s with their super and retirement plans for almost 75 years. Late last year we gave our brand an uplift which you will see across our website, your secure online account, the newsletter and other areas to…

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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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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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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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