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As one of Australia’s largest super funds UniSuper offers a range of benefits
UniSuper is on your campus to help you with information and general advice about your membership and our range of products
No matter what stage of life you are at, we are here to help.
Compare UniSuper with other super and pension funds
Get some basic steps to help you work out whether you’re on track to achieve your retirement goals.
Women sometimes face unique challenges when it comes to retirement savings.
Boost your joint retirement income with a spouse account.
Extra super contributions could pay off over the long term.
5 things you can do to help you grow your super.
Nominate who benefits from your super when you die.
No matter whether you’re close to retirement age or many years away, it pays to define what you’re aiming for.
All about our pensions’ features and benefits
Important information about pensions
Understanding how much you'll need to retire comfortably
5 things you can do now to help you plan for retirement
Professional help for your finances
Important information to help you manage your retirement savings effectively
Read about how to choose an investment strategy that suits your circumstances
Information to help you meet the financial challenges of life’s unexpected surprises
Real-life members tell us about their life in retirement
Rest easy knowing you have a plan for the distribution of your assets when you’re gone.
Find out more about home care and residential care, plus an overview on how to access care, how is it assessed and the cost.
Find out how our investment options have performed
Information about the fundamentals of investing
How to choose your investment options
Information about the team trusted to manage your super
Guiding how we manage your retirement savings are our five core investment beliefs.
How we invest responsibly for our members
Find out what’s happening in investment markets each month.
Hear from other members about their experiences with UniSuper Advice.
We have experienced advisers servicing all capital cities and can provide face-to-face or phone consultations
Information about receiving financial advice through UniSuper
All about receiving personal financial advice and what to expect
Members' experiences with UniSuper Advice
Commonly asked questions about receiving personal financial advice
Call or email us to find out how we can help you
Read what some of our financial advice clients have to say about their experience with UniSuper Advice.
Watch one of our videos online
A list of our webcasts available for members
Super Informed Radio - tune in to our latest podcasts.
A list of our seminars available for members
A list of important websites
Information to help you understand topics related to super and retirement.
UniSuper members can automatically receive insurance cover
Insurance cover can give some financial support in difficult times
You may be able to get income protection cover through UniSuper
Insurance isn’t always just about cover for when times get tough
You may be able to transfer cover to UniSuper
The simple process to making a claim
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