Seminars

We hold seminars on more than 10 different super and pension-related topics at more than 40 venues around Australia—on and off university campuses.

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    Estate Planning

    A well-considered estate plan can cater for your current lifestyle needs, retirement plans, tax position, divorce and family disputes. Importantly, it can ensure your assets go exactly where you wish them to go when you pass away. It can also include plans for someone to look after you or your family in the event you can't make decisions for yourself.

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    Financial Considerations for Early Retirement Schemes

    Members considering accepting an early retirement scheme may benefit from attending our information session regarding their super options. This session will cover issues surrounding financial decisions and retirement planning.

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    Financial Considerations for Redundancy

    Members considering accepting a voluntary separation package may benefit from attending our information session regarding their super options

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    Generation Y - Super Smart

    For Generation Y, now is the time to visualise what type of retirement you seek, and level of funding required to support this outcome. This seminar takes younger members through the first key steps in developing a solid superannuation savings base from which to steadily grow their retirement nest egg.

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  • Getting ready to retire

    This seminar provides members with the key issues to consider when entering retirement. Whether planning for an immediate retirement or just seeking to gain a better understanding of the central issues, this comprehensive seminar includes information on:

    Accessing superannuation benefits
    Retirement income streams
    Centrelink benefits overview
    Estate planning considerations
    Getting advice

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  • Getting ready to retire - with guest Centrelink presenter

    This seminar outlines some key considerations for members approaching retirement. Whether planning for an immediate retirement or simply seeking to gain a better understanding of the central issues, this comprehensive seminar includes information on:
    • accessing superannuation benefits
    • retirement income streams
    • Centrelink benefits overview
    • estate planning considerations.

    This information will be brought to you by a qualified adviser from UniSuper Advice in conjunction with a Financial Information Service Officer from the Department of Human Resources who will provide the Centrelink overview.

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    Income Options in Retirement

    Deciding what to do when it’s time to use your super for retirement can be daunting. This seminar aims to explain the common options available to generate income and fund your retirement goals.

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    Income Options in Retirement for Pre 98 DBD Members

    Deciding what to do when it’s time to use your super for retirement can be daunting. This seminar aims to explain the common options available to generate income and fund your retirement goals.

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    Investment Update

    The Investment Update seminar provides an opportunity to hear firsthand from a senior UniSuper investment executive about the latest developments in local and global investment markets as well as the performance of UniSuper’s investment options to date.

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    Investment Update & Market Outlook

    The Investment Update & Market Outlook seminar provides an opportunity to hear firsthand from a senior UniSuper investment executive about the latest developments in local and global investment markets as well as the performance of UniSuper’s investment options to date.

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    Managing Your Contributions

    The rules around contributing to super can be complex and confusing. This seminar aims to take away the confusion and explain the different types of contributions to super.

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  • Managing Your Contributions - Accumulation 1 Members

    The rules around contributing to super can be complex and confusing. This seminar aims to take away the confusion and explain the different types of contributions to super. This session will focus on contribution considerations for Accumulation 1 members.

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  • Retirement Planning for Women

    Retirement planning today isn’t a one-size-fits all proposition – especially for women. Being prepared to spend more years in retirement with potentially fewer resources to fund those years is an increasing reality for many women. This seminar explores not only the financial aspects of retirement, but delves into some of the personal issues women will need to consider when thinking about their retirement years.

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    Transition to Retirement

    The ‘transition to retirement’ (TTR) option is a government initiative which recognises that members may want to decrease their working hours over time towards the end of their career. It allows members to access their super benefits as an income stream prior to retirement. Some members use it as an opportunity to boost their super benefits overall or just ease into retirement.

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    UniSuper101 - Accumulation 1 Members

    The rules around contributing to super can be complex and confusing. This seminar aims to take away the confusion and explain the different types of contributions to super. This session will focus on contribution considerations for Accumulation 1 members.

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    UniSuper101 - An introduction

    While especially relevant to members who have joined within the past 12 months, this session is suitable for all members who wish to gain an overview of the basics of UniSuper.

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    Women & Super - Bridging the Gap

    Research shows that women face unique challenges when it comes to retirement savings. They tend to have less super than men for many different reasons, including career breaks and time out of the workforce for to raise families, making it more difficult to build a reasonable amount of super.

    This session is suitable for women of all ages who would like to develop a better understanding of financial matters and be more active in managing their retirement savings.

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