I had no idea where my lost super was or the names of the funds. I just new it was scattered everywhere and I should definitely have more than $3,000 in my super. Australian Super Finder found all 7 of my funds and now my balance is almost $50,000. Thank you so much for getting my super back on track. ? Leonie, Thomastown VIC

Super Facts and Tips

Super For Women

Women naturally live more extensively than men, thus making it important that they've accumulated enough superannuation to last until their retirement. Women frequently encounter unique challenges when saving for retirement. Pay inequity, workforce time-out to raise children, or balancing hours with handling a single-parent home, the objective of building superannuation can be rather complicated. We provide low-cost services and products that can help you confront these and more trials, assisting you in building your superannuation.

Dependent Spouses

If you are a stay-at-home mother with an employed partner, your partner could make payments to your superannuation for you. They could carry this out from their after-tax salary or split a portion of the superannuation they get to your super account.

Low Wage or Part-Time

If you're on a low wage or working part-time, you could be qualified for the Low-Income Super Contribution or Co-contribution scheme. These are government initiatives meant to develop the fairness of super tax arrangements intended for low-wage earners as well as reward individuals who make an extra payment to their superannuation, aside from what their employers contribute.

Working Women

A man isn't a financial strategy. Take over your assets and go up in your superannuation and get ahead in your career. Think about making a plan and budget ahead to increase your superannuation via voluntary contribution arrangements and salary sacrifice.

Super and Divorce
Super benefits can be deemed as assets and could be incorporated into a law settlement within the family after a relationship's breakdown. If you are undergoing a divorce, you could access a portion of the super of your former spouse. If you were dependent on your previous partner financially throughout your relationship, this could be very vital in helping you find your independence.

Outliving a Partner
In case your partner passes away, you could inherit their superannuation if they've chosen you as their beneficiary. This is deemed as a lump sum payment, but could as well be considered as an income stream only if your deceased partner has chosen you as the Reversionary Beneficiary on their pension account.

Get Educated
Be in charge of your finances. Teach yourself on how to take control of your superannuation, attend a seminar or workshop or contact us for assistance.

For more information on super for women, read our articles at www.australiansuperfinder.com.au

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