It’s important to stay on top of your super now so you’re set up for your future.
Think of it like a garden: put the care and consideration in now so that your super savings will grow and flourish. Don’t worry if you’re not sure what to do next – we’ve made it easy by providing all the tools you need just below.
Six ways to keep your super on track
Update contact details
Your super is your future so it’s important to stay connected. Keep your contact details up-to-date so you don’t miss out on anything important. NGS will only send you the things that matter.Update now
Check your insurance cover
Protect the life you’ve planned for yourself and your loved ones. Check that you have the right level of insurance for your circumstances and apply to make any changes through your Member Online account.Log in to Member Online
Nominate who gets your super
If something happens to you, who gets your super? You can help your super go to the right person with one simple step: nominating a beneficiary.Learn more
Consolidate your super
If your super is with multiple funds, you’re paying multiple fees. Managing your super is a lot easier when it’s all in the one place. Consolidate your super with us online - it only takes a few minutes.Consolidate now
Make after-tax contributions
Putting a little extra in your super now could make a world of difference later. Boosting your super is easy and depending on your eligibility, the government could match a portion of your contribution to your super up to $500.Check your eligibility
Did you know?As a member of NGS Super you can receive 'limited'* advice at no extra cost through our Customer Relationship Managers who are specialists in super.
To book a chat with your dedicated Customer Relationship Manager, click the link below to complete our enquiry form. Or you can call the NGS helpline to receive limited* advice over the phone on 1300 133 177 between 8:00am - 8:00pm (AEST/AEDT) weekdays.
* Limited advice covers one or two issues in isolation on topics such as investment selection and contribution levels. It does not take into account the member’s entire financial situation.