Members have been asking us to offer UniSuper Advice to their broader networks. We’ve listened.
You now no longer have to be working in the higher education or research sector to receive financial advice at UniSuper.
As long as they’re living in Australia and are eligible to join UniSuper, your relatives can now access our award-winning financial advice services. The service is also available to former UniSuper members.
UniSuper’s Executive Manager – Financial Advice, Jack McCartney, says the new offering has seen potential members taking up advice to ensure they’re on track to reach their broader financial goals.
More than just super
“Superannuation is of course a vital part of financial planning, but people sometimes don’t consider other parts of their financial health, such as retirement advice, wealth accumulation, personal insurance, and even aged care,” Jack said.
Our advisers can provide comprehensive advice on a range of topics that may suit your family including for:
- parents who need retirement, Centrelink eligibility, personal investments, or aged care advice
- children who need advice with personal insurance, wealth accumulation or education funding, or
- siblings who may wish to consolidate super, review their financial plans and assess if they‘re on track to having adequate funds for retirement.
Our advisers are salaried employees and don’t receive any commissions, so you can be confident that their advice is in your best interests.
In 2017, UniSuper Advice was awarded Best Fund: Advice Services Winner from superannuation research firm, Chant West.
UniSuper Advice also took out the Best Advice Offering award in the 2017 Conexus Financial Superannuation Awards.