Takes into account lots of different assets and income. Use this calculator to tailor to your circumstances and see how you are tracking.
Choose the calculator that suits you best:
If maths isn't your favourite subject, never mind. You're about to score top marks. Our range of calculators can answer all sorts of super questions: from the difference extra contributions can make over time, to the low cost of upgrading your insurance cover.
Find out how much cover you need and how much it would cost.
This calculator reflects NGS Super’s insurance offer effective from 1 June 2017.
MoneySmart is a governement run website specifically managed by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) to help Australians maximise their money. The site has a wide variety of tools and calculators, but to help you navigate, we've linked the most relevant calculators that will help give you a more informed picture for your retirement goals.
See how you can boost your super by making extra contributions.
Find out if a Government co-contribution can boost your super.
NGS SuperMap is an online advice tool designed to help you make decisions regarding your superannuation account. It will help you to explore what your super can achieve based on different contributions and different investment options.
NGS MoneyCoach is an online learning platform designed specifically for members.
It includes a suite of interactive, multi-media modules that you can watch at your own pace. These modules cover topics such as:
The modules include worksheets, forms, videos, calculators and links to additional information.
NGS MoneyCoach also includes games, tools, resources, and much more! It allows you to learn in the comfort of your own home and the more you know, the more confident you can be about taking steps to make the most of your finances.
NGS SMSF profiler is a useful tool based off 16 short questions which gives you a guide as to your suitability in starting your own SMSF.
If the allure of SMSF appeals to you, the NGS SMSF Profile is one tool you should use before making any decision regarding SMSFs.