Calculators and tools

New Calculators available now!

UniSuper has two brand new calculators - check them out below.

  • formNEW* - Retirement adequacy calculator

    Work out how much super you may have when you retire and what kind of income this could provide in your retirement years. This calculator can show you whether there is likely to be a gap between your estimated and target income and allows you to explore how factors such as adding contributions, changing investments, working part-time and retiring earlier or later can affect your results.

    This calculator projects accumulation super only and is not suitable for Defined Benefit members.

    *Best viewed in Internet Explorer 9 and above, Chrome, Firefox or Safari (on desktops/laptops) and Safari or Chrome (on tablets and smartphones)

  • formNEW* - Pension income calculator

    If you are over 50, looking to retire within the next five years and have a good idea of what your super balance will be at retirement, this calculator allows you to project how much annual income you may have in retirement. The calculator lets you include your partner and Age Pension payments in your results.

    If your retirement is more than five years away, our Retirement adequacy calculator will be better suited to you.

    *Best viewed in Internet Explorer 9 and above, Chrome, Firefox or Safari (on desktops/laptops) and Safari or Chrome (on tablets and smartphones)

  • formUniSuper rollover tool

    Use this handy rollover tool to help you combine your other super funds in to UniSuper. It takes a lot of the fuss out of getting your super together. We take care of some of the tricky parts – like looking up the ABN and Unique Superannuation Identifier (USI) numbers of the more common funds.

  • calculatorCompare UniSuper with other funds

    Find out how UniSuper measures up to more than 200 other super funds and over 90 pension funds with the Chant West AppleCheck reports. Compare UniSuper

    Please note: This tool does not compare Defined Benefit funds

  • calculatorInsurance needs calculator

    If you're an Accumulation 1 or Spouse Account member, this calculator provides you with a guide to how much insurance cover you or your family may need to maintain your/their current lifestyle in the event that you die or become disabled.

Calculators being updated

Please note that our Transition to Retirement calculator is currently not available. We apologise for the inconvenience. We are working on bringing you a brand new suite of calculators so please check back soon to try out these new calculators.