The Federal Government’s super reforms have cleared Parliament. Some of the changes may affect you, so read our overview for more information. Before making any considerable changes to your super or pension as a result of the changes, we encourage you to speak with a UniSuper financial adviser.
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Ever wondered how your super savings compare with other UniSuper members like you? The Compare me tool provides a comparison of your current super balance in relation to the average super balance of other UniSuper members based age, gender and UniSuper product.
For members approaching their preservation age this calculator describes alternative ways to use their super to achieve their retirement goals. Depending on a members personal circumstances and goals, their alternatives may assist in:
- boosting income before retirement.
- boosting the super balance on retirement.
- supplementing income while moving to part-time work.
Find out how a TTR strategy can help you ease in to retirement.
Want to get an overall picture of your super contributions, take-home pay and tax? Worried about going over the contribution caps? Could you be eligible for Government super co-contributions? The contribution planner gives you a snapshot of your financial situation and how your contributions to your accumulation super account are tracking.
This tool only takes into account accumulation super and does not include contributions to a Defined Benefit account.
The investment choice tool is an interactive way to learn about UniSuper’s range of investment options. Learn more about each of our options, build your own portfolio and see a breakdown of growth versus defensive assets for your chosen investments.
This tool is only for accumulation super, pension members or for the accumulation component of your Defined Benefit account.
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.
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.
You can access a simple Budget planner for a clear overview of your income and expenses.
The planner summarises your income and expenses—divided into categories including general living, transport, loans, leisure and entertainment and insurance—and gives you the choice of a weekly, fortnightly, monthly or annual view. You can also save, print and email a copy for your records.
Tip: Have your banking and credit card statements, bills and other relevant financial statements on hand before you start to create your budget more quickly.
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.
Compare 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
If you're an Accumulation 1, Accumulation 2 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.
Everyone’s picture of retirement is different; meaning the amount you may need to fund your dreams will be unique too. Take this short quiz to see which of ASFA’s lifestyles may be more appropriate for you.