May Active Insights
On July 1 there will be some significant changes to superannuation that may impact you. These government reforms, along with some other recent changes, are outlined in a recorded webinar hosted by Lisa Judge, Active Super’s Member Advice and Education Manager.
We have a report on the different ways people engage with their super over a lifetime – from the start of a career to the pre-retirement years – and we offer a few ways to think about each milestone decade. There is also a significant event notice in response to legislative changes which have seen the Fund’s Trust Deed amended.
Plus, we’re excited to launch Active Super Booster, a new initiative that could take your super to the next level. Simply shop at partner retailers to receive small top-ups into your super with every eligible purchase.
In his Economic Update, Chief Investment Officer Craig Turnbull discusses the recent decision by the Reserve Bank of Australia to increase interest rates for the first time in 11 years.
May Economic Update
The shift to a higher-interest rate environment amid growing inflationary pressures and the withdrawal of COVID-induced stimulus measures has been the main focus of global markets in recent weeks, Chief Investment Officer Craig Turnbull explains.Read More
Federal Budget Bingo
Learn how to use recent and upcoming changes to make the most of your super.Read More
The way we approach super in our early working lives is likely to be different to the way we engage with it in our 50s. Here are a few ways to think about each milestone decade.
Active Super Employees to Receive Superannuation on Parental Leave
Active Super is doing its part to address the gender gap in superannuation balances by now paying the primary caregiver employee the equivalent of the superannuation guarantee charge (SGC) for up to 12 months of their parental leave.Read More