• Managing your superannuation

  • Almost every Australian resident who is part of the workforce has a superannuation account.

    If you have ever changed your name, address, or job, then you may have more than one super account, and your money is quite possibly spread across more than one super fund.

    For this reason, it is important to learn about tracking and consolidating lost super, as well as managing and investing your money so that your contributions accumulate and start to work harder for you in the years leading up to your retirement.

    A professionally managed super account is favoured by many Australians.

    Unlike many bank and insurance company super funds, the Australian Catholic Superannuation and Retirement Fund exists purely for the benefit of our members. We are not in business to make money for shareholders. We are an industry fund and we’re here to help all Australians to manage their super.

    Australian Catholic Superannuation makes it easy to manage your super.

    We will show you how to contribute to your superannuation fund, whether:

    When your circumstances alter, like when changing jobs, it's easy to ensure you don't lose track of your super. But in case this does happen, which isn't uncommon, we can also show you how to find any lost super belonging to you and then how to consolidate it.

    Knowing how to manage your super is important as you may be able to reduce the amount of tax you pay by salary sacrificing, or gain money from the government via the co-contributions scheme.

    Getting advice on how to invest your super as early as possible is highly advantageous. The result could be extra money collecting in your superannuation account without you having to work any harder. This will help provide more financial security for you in your retirement and for your nominated beneficiaries in the event of your death.