How to compare superannuation funds
Not all superannuation funds are the same. It’s important to be confident in your super fund - who you choose to invest with can have a significant impact on what your retirement looks like when the time comes. At NGS, we’re proud to be recognised as an award-winning super fund with our members at the heart of everything we do.
For every $50,000 you held with a retail* super fund for the last five years, NGS could have earned you an extra $6,000 to invest and grow for your future.
There are many different ways you could spend that $6,000 - choosing the super fund that could earn you more is the first step to enjoying extra in retirement.
OVER FIVE YEARS
Consolidate your super
If your superannuation is with multiple funds, you’re paying multiple fees. Managing your superannuation is a lot easier when it’s all in the one place. Find and consolidate any lost super with us online - it only takes a few minutes.
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Women and super
Many people currently face an under-funded retirement because super hasn't been around for their entire working lives. And the concern is greater for women, because super is directly linked to participation in the workforce.Learn more
When it comes to your super, one of the most important choices you can make is deciding your overall investment strategy.Learn more
*The figures provided are based on certain assumptions (including that your other super account is with a ‘median' retail super fund) and are general illustrations only. To see how the assumptions have been calculated click here. This is general advice only and it does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. You should consider whether the advice is suitable for you and your personal circumstances. Before making a financial decision, you should consider the Product Disclosure Statement.
Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
Other factors should be considered when choosing a superannuation fund. You should ask your other super fund for information about any fees or charges that may apply, or any other information about the effect this transfer may have on benefits such as your insurance cover before making a decision to combine your super.