1 SUPER SA PRODUCT DISCLOSURE STATEMENT Date of issue: 10 August 2015 m e m be r g u id e: S e l p i r T
2 Triple S > PDS CONTENTS > 2 1. About Triple S 3 2. How super works 4 3. Benefits of investing with Triple S 6 4. Risks of super 8 5. How we invest your money 9 6. Fees and costs How super is taxed Insurance in your super How to open an account Extra information 23 This Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) is a summary of significant information and contains a number of references to important information (each of which forms part of the PDS). You should consider this information before making any decisions concerning Triple S. The information provided in this PDS is general information only and does not take into account your personal financial situation or needs. You should therefore obtain financial advice that is tailored to your personal circumstances. Up to date copies of this PDS and incorporated documents are available at or by calling Changes to the information in this PDS will be notified on the Super SA website. Where changes are of a materially adverse nature, Super SA will also issue a replacement PDS. For the complete rules of Triple S, please refer to the Southern State Superannuation Act 2009 and Southern State Superannuation Regulations The Act and accompanying Regulations set out the rules under which Triple S is administered and entitlements are paid.
3 1. ABOUT TRIPLE S > 3 Did you know that Triple S is the name of your super scheme? Triple S is the super scheme for SA public sector employees. It s South Australia s largest super scheme with $12.9 billion 1 in funds under management. Here are just some of the reasons Triple S is an exceptional quality super scheme: It has the strength of more than 176,000 members 1. It is a not for profit scheme so we keep fees low. Its large membership base means that Super SA can provide insurance at great rates. Triple S is an accumulation scheme which is the type most commonly used across Australia. About Super SA Super SA is committed to meeting your needs and providing you with the best value for money. The Super SA Board is responsible for managing the Triple S Scheme in line with the relevant Act and legislation, and your funds are managed by specialist investment manager, Funds SA. On a day to day basis, more than 100 friendly staff administer your super and ensure that you re kept up to date about all aspects of your membership. Consulting firm Towers Watson ranked Super SA among the top 300 super funds globally. Super SA is one of only 15 funds in Australia to be included in the top 300, which includes funds from North and South America, Europe, the UK and Japan. 1 Figures current at 30 June 2015.
4 Triple S > PDS 2. HOW SUPER WORKS > 4 Super is a powerful way of saving for your retirement. The Commonwealth Government s tax concessions and incentives are there to help boost your super savings. While you are working it s compulsory for your employer to make contributions of 9.5% of your salary into your super scheme. These contributions are known as the Superannuation Guarantee (SG). While most people can choose which super entity they would like their super paid into, as a SA public sector employee, you automatically become a member of Triple S, which is a State Government super scheme. Most members of Triple S also have the option of joining Super SA Select. See the Super SA Select Product Disclosure Statement for full details. Types of contributions Employer contributions include your minimum 9.5% employer contributions and salary sacrifice contributions. Voluntary contributions after-tax contribution: paying money into your super from your take-home pay. (You can t claim a tax deduction for these.) salary sacrifice contribution: asking your employer to deduct extra money from your pay before tax is taken out and to pay this into your Triple S account. Government Co-Contribution is a payment you could receive from the Commonwealth Government, if you qualify, for making after-tax contributions to your super. Making contributions As a Triple S member you can: Organise automatic fortnightly payments to be deducted straight from your pay. Choose after-tax or salary sacrifice contributions. Make an after-tax lump sum payment of $50 or more by cheque, money order or BPAY. Contribution caps and limits After-tax contributions to your super exceeding $180,000 per year or $540,000 over a three year period will be taxed at a higher rate. Salary sacrifice contributions in Triple S are not subject to annual Commonwealth Government caps.
5 2. HOW SUPER WORKS (CONT.) > 5 With Triple S you can access your super from age 55, subject to applicable tax rates. Tax savings are provided by the Commonwealth Government through the concessional tax rates applied to super. There is a life-time limit of $1.395 million 1 of concessional contributions (employer and salary sacrifice) and earnings that can be obtained for tax purposes. Amounts above this will be taxed at a higher rate. Some super tax rates depend on your Commonwealth Government preservation age, which you ll find listed in the Extra information section. Further information on tax rates and caps is available in the How super is taxed section. Bring your money together If you ve had more than one employer, chances are you ve got more than one fund. It makes sense to consolidate them into Triple S. However, it s important to keep in mind that any part of your rollover that was subject to preservation before it was transferred to Triple S will remain subject to the Commonwealth Government s preservation requirements and also cannot be rolled out while you are still employed in the SA public sector. Withdrawals With Triple S when you stop working you can access your super (subject to preservation rules) but while you remain employed in the SA public sector you cannot access any portion of your entitlement, including any amounts rolled in, either preserved or non-preserved. You can also access your super when you reach your Commonwealth Government preservation age through an arrangement known as Early Access to Super (EATS). As a state legislated super fund, Triple S is not subject to Commonwealth preservation rules except when money has been rolled over from other funds and any Commonwealth Government Co-Contribution. You should read the important information about how super works in the Grow Your Super fact sheet and Accessing Your Super fact sheet before making a decision. Go to to view these fact sheets. The material relating to growing and accessing your super may change between the time when you read this PDS and the day when you acquire the product. 1 From 1 July 2015
6 Triple S > PDS 3. BENEFITS OF INVESTING WITH TRIPLE S > 6 Triple S can help you make the most of your super! Low fees and competitive insurance Low administration fee: Just $1.35 a week! Insurance: Most members have access to Income Protection Insurance and Death and Total and Permanent Disablement Insurance. Great ways to grow your super Flexible contributions: Choice of after-tax and salary sacrifice contributions. Choice of eight investment options: Choose to have your super invested in one or two investment options. Additional employer contribution: You are entitled to receive an employer contribution of 10% if you contribute 4.5% or more of your salary after tax. Options for your spouse Spouse Account: You have the option to open an account for your spouse or putative spouse 1. Contribution splitting: You can split employer and salary sacrifice contributions with your spouse or putative spouse 1. Access to your super while you re working Early Access to Super: You have the option to access your super when you reach your Commonwealth Government preservation age using an income stream even if you re still working. SUPER SA F lexible member guide: PRODUCT DISCLOSURE STATEMENT Date of issue: 18 August 2014 Rollover Product member guide: SUPER SA Income Strea m Product disclosure statement Date of issue: June 2012 Platinum rated retirement products Exclusive to Super SA members are the Super SA Income Stream and the Flexible Rollover Product. Both have been given the highest ratings by independent researchers. 1 For definition refer to the Glossary on the Super SA website.
7 3. BENEFITS OF INVESTING WITH TRIPLE S (CONT.) > 7 Triple S members have access to a wide range of services. Visit to: get your super balance download a fact sheet or form use one of our calculators Mobile site a super snapshot unit prices selected forms Come along to a free seminar to: understand your super learn how to grow your super start your retirement plans Visit or call our Member Centre for: info from highly trained staff explanations about your options a one-on-one consultation Financial planning options for members: commission free financial planning on site Industry Fund Services (IFS) choose your own financial planner Financial Planning Association of Australia
8 Triple S > PDS 4. RISKS OF SUPER > 8 All investments have some type of risk and super is no different. Different investment options may carry different levels of risk, depending on the assets that make up that option. Generally, the investment options that offer the highest long term returns may also carry the highest level of short term risk. So when it comes to your super, it s important to know: the value of your super investment may go up and down the level of your returns will vary returns are not guaranteed and you may lose some of your money future returns may differ from past returns laws affecting super may change. Your choice of risk level will vary depending on a range of factors including your age, investment time frame, your other investments and your risk tolerance. As a Triple S member, you should be aware that capital losses are possible, depending on the investment options you choose and their performance over time. This is due to the volatility of investment markets. It s also important to keep in mind that your future super savings, including contributions and investment earnings, might not be enough to provide you with the lifestyle you want in retirement. You should read the important information about risks of super before making a decision. Go to the Investment fact sheet at The material relating to risks of super may change between the time when you read this PDS and the day when you acquire the product.
9 5. HOW WE INVEST YOUR MONEY > 9 Your super is generally invested across a range of assets including cash, fixed interest, property and shares. Investment options Triple S has eight investment options for members to invest in. When you join Triple S, you can choose the investment option that best suits your needs. If you don t make a choice your super is invested in the Balanced option. Investment Option Target rate of return Investment horizon High Growth CPI + 5% 10 yrs + Socially Responsible risk and return likely to be similar to that of a growth fund Growth CPI + 4.5% 8 yrs + Balanced CPI + 4% 7 yrs + Moderate CPI + 3.5% 6 yrs + Conservative CPI + 2.5% 4 yrs + Capital Defensive CPI + 1.5% 2 yrs + Cash maintain capital value 0 yrs + You should seek independent financial advice to ensure that your chosen investment is suited to your personal needs. When choosing an investment option in which to invest, you should consider: the likely investment return the level of risk your investment time frame Use the What Type of Investor Am I? calculator at to find out what level of risk you are comfortable with.
10 Triple S > PDS 5. HOW WE INVEST YOUR MONEY (CONT.) > 10 Switching options You can switch investment options at any time. You can switch all your super into one of the other seven investment options by downloading and completing Investment Choice Form A. Or you can choose two options. You can nominate one option for your existing super balance and one for your future contributions. Download and complete Investment Choice Form B. The first switch in any financial year is free and there s a $20 fee for subsequent switches in the same financial year. Return your completed form to Super SA. Switching investment options is an important decision and you should seek professional financial advice. Switching timeframes Investment switches are generally processed twice weekly as follows: Form received by: 5pm Monday 5pm Thursday Unit price applied: Unit price effective the following Thursday Unit price effective the following Tuesday These times may be varied for operational reasons, such as public holidays. Prior to variations members will be notified via the Super SA website. The unit price applied to a switch will represent the market value of an investment option calculated after the published deadline for the receipt of Investment Choice forms.
11 5. HOW WE INVEST YOUR MONEY (CONT.) > 11 Investment details for the Balanced (default) option 1 Description Investment return objective Asset allocation Strategic Asset Allocation Min suggested time frame Summary risk level Risk classification This option is structured for investors with an investment time horizon of at least seven years. Annual returns may be volatile. Inflation + 4% This option is invested in the range of 50-70% in Growth assets (shares, certain types of property, private equity and other growth opportunities) and the balance in Defensive assets (such as cash and fixed interest). Australian Equities 20% International Equities 20% Property 12% Diversified Strategies (Growth) 8% Diversified Strategies (Income) 15% Inflation Linked Securities 12% Fixed Interest 11% Cash 2% 7 years It is likely that a negative return might be expected to occur between three and four years in 20. Medium to high risk (Risk Band 5) 2 You should read the important information about investments, including each of the other investment options, responsible investing, and how investment options may be changed, before making a decision. Go to the Investment fact sheet at The material relating to investments may change between the time when you read this PDS and the day when you acquire the product. 1 Figures current at July The Standard Risk Measure is based on industry guidance.
12 Triple S > PDS 6. FEES AND COSTS > 12 CONSUMER ADVISORY WARNING Did you know? Small differences in both investment performance and fees and costs can have a substantial impact on your long-term returns. For example, total annual fees and costs of 2% of your account balance rather than 1% could reduce your final return by up to 20% over a 30 year period. For example reduce it from $100,000 to $80,000. You should consider whether features such as superior investment performance or the provision of better member services justify higher fees and costs. To find out more If you would like to find out more, or see the impact of fees based on your own circumstances, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) website, has a superannuation calculator to help you check out different fee options. Fees and other costs for the Balanced investment option The table on the next page shows fees and costs that you may be charged for the Balanced investment option and can be used to compare costs between different super products. These fees and costs may be paid directly from your super account or deducted from your investment earnings, depending on the fee or cost.
13 6. FEES AND COSTS (CONT.) > 13 Triple S Balanced Type of Fee Amount How and when paid Investment fee Nil The applicable investment costs are included in the indirect cost ratio below. Administration fee 1 $1.35 per week ($70.20 per year) Deducted from your account on a fortnightly basis. Buy-sell spread Nil Not applicable Switching fee $20 for each switch, cost of the first switch waived each financial year. The fee for the second and subsequent switches are deducted from your account at the time of the switch. Exit Fee Nil Not applicable Advice fees relating to all members investing in the default option or other investment options. Other fees and costs 2 Indirect cost 3 ratio (ICR) Nil. If you consult a financial adviser additional fees will be payable. Not applicable 0.63% Fee deducted from the Scheme s investment returns before earnings are allocated to your account which occurs through twice weekly determined unit prices (not deducted directly from your account). 1 If your account is closed during a year a minimum fee of $10 is charged. 2 For information on other fees and costs such as activity fees (Family Law) and insurance fees refer to the Additional explanation of fees and costs in the Fees & Costs Fact Sheet. 3 The ICR represents all investment management costs for the year and varies across investment options. Investment costs vary from year to year.
14 Triple S > PDS 6. FEES AND COSTS (CONT.) > 14 Balanced option fee example This table gives an example of how the fees and costs in the Balanced option for this product can affect your super investment over a one year period. You should use this table to compare this product with other superannuation products. Example: Balanced Option Balance of $50,000 Investment fees PLUS: Administration fees Nil $70.20 ($1.35 per week) For every $50,000 you have in Balanced you will be charged $0 each year. And, you will be charged $70.20 in administration fees regardless of your balance. PLUS: Indirect costs for Balanced EQUALS: Cost of product 0.63% And, indirect costs of $315 each year will be deducted from your investment. $ If your balance was $50,000, then for that year you will be charged fees of $ for the Balanced investment option. Additional fees may apply. Super SA does not charge commissions or receive commissions from financial advisers, sales agents or any other person or entity. Fees paid to Financial Advisers If you consult a financial adviser additional fees will be payable. For more information refer to the Statement of Advice (SOA) received from your financial adviser. If you get financial advice from Industry Fund Services (IFS) you can pay for the financial planning service direct from your Triple S account. Fees to financial planners may be paid from your account if you close your account.
15 6. FEES AND COSTS (CONT.) > 15 To see how fees and costs may affect your account balance use the calculator on the ASIC website at Low fees As our fees are already as low as possible, it s not possible to negotiate lower fees. Changes to fees and costs Occasionally, fees might need to rise to cover costs without your consent. If this happens, we ll give you 30 days prior written notice. Member Benefit Protection Triple S provides protection to members with account balances under $1,000. The member-protected administration fee is the lesser of investment earnings or $1.35 per week, with a minimum annual administration fee of $10. You should read the important information about fees and costs including fees applicable to each of the other investment options in the Fees and Costs fact sheet at before making a decision. Further information about the defined fees can be found at The material relating to fees and costs may change between the time when you read this PDS and the day when you acquire the product.
16 Triple S > PDS 7. HOW SUPER IS TAXED > 16 Triple S is classified as an untaxed fund. No, that doesn t mean you don t pay tax! What it does mean is that while your super is growing, no tax is paid on either contributions or scheme earnings. You pay tax when your entitlement is paid to you in line with rules for untaxed funds. Concessional tax rates Unlike most other savings, super savings are taxed concessionally. Different tax rules apply to the various components that make up your balance. The annual caps that apply to other funds for concessional contributions (employer and salary sacrifice) don t apply to Triple S. Which means that each year Triple S members can salary sacrifice as much of their salary as they like. Concessional contribution cap Triple S Any age Tax on withdrawals n/a After-tax contributions are tax-free when withdrawn. This is how tax is calculated for the balance of your account when withdrawing your Triple S entitlement as a lump sum from July 2015: Your age Under Commonwealth preservation age 1 Commonwealth preservation age up to age 59 1 Tax applied for untaxed funds 30% maximum tax rate up to $1,395, % tax up to $195, % tax on balance up to $1,395, or over 15% tax on amounts up to $1,395,000 2 Please note: The 2% Medicare levy is also deducted when tax is payable if you take your entitlement in cash. 1 Commonwealth Government preservation ages are listed in the Extra Information section of this PDS. 2 From 1 July 2015.
17 7. HOW SUPER IS TAXED (CONT.) > 17 Tax and breach of caps and limits The Commonwealth Government has set certain caps and limits on the amount of super contributions you can make or receive. Exceeding these will incur the highest marginal rate plus Medicare levy on the excess amount: After tax contributions are limited to $180,000 each financial year or, if you are under age 65 during the financial year, you can bring forward the limit for two years to contribute up to $540,000 in one year. When claiming your super, if the portion which has not been taxed (comprising employer contributions and salary sacrifice contributions) exceeds $1,395,000, instead of being taxed concessionally, the excess will be taxed at the top marginal rate plus Medicare levy and 2% Temporary Budget Repair Levy. Exceeding caps and limits If you exceed the caps and limits you will incur the highest marginal rate plus Medicare levy and Temporary Budget Repair Levy on the excess amount. Providing your TFN To ensure your entitlement is taxed at concessional rates, you should provide your Tax File Number (TFN) to Super SA. If you do not, you may pay tax at a higher rate. Online: sign in to the secure member area at and type your TFN into the My Details page. Post: Download the Tax file number notification form and send it to Super SA. You should read the important information about how super is taxed before making a decision. Go to the Tax fact sheet at and read how taxation affects Triple S. The material relating to how super is taxed may change between the time when you read this PDS and the day when you acquire the product.
18 Triple S > PDS 8. INSURANCE IN YOUR SUPER > 18 Triple S offers flexible insurance options with low premiums. Most Triple S members automatically receive two types of insurance with their super. Income Protection Insurance (IP) Standard Death and Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) Insurance Casuals Permanent Pol & Amb Op 1 IP D & TPD 2 Units 2 Units 6 Units 1 Members of Triple S who are employed as SA Police Officers, SA Ambulance Operational staff and SA Ambulance staff who transferred into Triple S from the SA Ambulance Service Superannuation Scheme. The cost of insurance is automatically deducted from your account. Income Protection Insurance Income Protection Insurance provides you with a fortnightly income of up to 75% of your salary while you re off work due to illness or temporary disablement, for a maximum period of 24 months or to age 60, whichever occurs first. It costs just 0.2% of your salary, so if you earn $50,000 a year the annual premium is only $100 pa or $1.92 per week. You can also apply for Income Protection if you haven t automatically received it, for instance if you re a casual employee. Death and Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) Insurance Being unable to work for several months is bad enough but imagine not being able to work again, ever! With Triple S insurance, under most circumstances you re covered if you become permanently disabled, terminally ill or die.
19 8. INSURANCE IN YOUR SUPER (CONT.) > 19 Standard cover The type of insurance available to new members is known as Standard cover. Standard insurance has a set price of $0.75 per unit per week, with the benefit decreasing from age 35 onwards. Death Only Insurance Is available to Triple S Spouse members. Opting out of insurance Only casual employees can opt out of Death and TPD Insurance. You may opt out of Income Protection Insurance at any time. However, if in the future you decide to opt back into Income Protection Insurance you will be required to provide information about your health and limitations may be applied to your cover for any pre-existing medical conditions. Increasing your insurance You can increase your Standard Death and TPD Insurance (subject to any limitations that may need to be imposed). This applies to Triple S members who work at least nine hours per week, or for periods that average nine hours or more per week over a three month period. There is no option to increase your level of Income Protection Insurance in Triple S. How to increase your insurance To increase your insurance download the Changes to Insurance form on our website and return it to Super SA. More information Super SA offers free seminars about Triple S which include information about your insurance options. To book into a seminar, click on the seminars button on the website home page. Use the Super SA Insurance Calculator on the website to help you work out how much Death and TPD Insurance you need.
20 Triple S > PDS 8. INSURANCE IN YOUR SUPER (CONT.) > 20 Standard cover You can increase the amount of Standard cover. Standard cover costs 75 cents per unit per week regardless of how old you are, and the value of each unit decreases each year on your birthday once you reach 35. Age last birthday One unit ($) Age last birthday One unit ($) Up to 34 75, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , not offered Limitations and exclusions The units of insurance you automatically receive in Triple S are limitation-free. However Triple S Death and TPD Insurance does not cover you for a medical condition that existed at the time you joined Triple S until you have been working for six months. Any extra units of Death and TPD Insurance you apply for may have limitations placed on them if there are certain pre-existing medical conditions or activities that may increase the risk of death or total and permanent disablement, such as heart disease or smoking. Limitations and exclusions may affect a person s entitlement to insurance cover. For this and other significant matters relating to insurance, the fact sheets on insurance should be read before making a decision about whether this insurance is appropriate for your needs.
21 8. INSURANCE IN YOUR SUPER (CONT.) > 21 Fixed cover Members are no longer able to apply for units of Fixed cover. However, members who already have Fixed cover prior to the cessation of this offering on 13 November 2014 retain their current level of cover. For further information please refer to the Triple S Death & TPD and Death Only fact sheet. You should read the important information about Income Protection, Death and TPD Insurance and Death Only Insurance, including eligibility and limitations, before making a decision. Go to the Death & TPD and Death Only fact sheet at The material relating to Insurance may change between the time when you read this PDS and the day when you acquire the product.
22 Triple S > PDS 9. HOW TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT > 22 As an SA public sector employee, you don t need to open an account. You become a Triple S member automatically. Cooling off As your membership is automatic, there is no cooling off period in Triple S. Want an account for your spouse? You have the option to create a Spouse Account for your spouse or putative spouse. Spouse members can receive spouse contributions, contribution splits, Commonwealth Government Co-Contributions, rollovers, make personal after-tax contributions and apply for voluntary Death Only Insurance cover. How do I start a Spouse Account? Complete the Application to establish a Spouse Account form. A $50 minimum contribution is required and can be made by cheque or money order or a split from the Triple S member s account. And remember, making super contributions on behalf of your spouse means you may be eligible for a tax rebate! Find out more Download the Spouse members and spouse accounts fact sheet from the Super SA website. Chant West has given its consent to the inclusion in this Product Disclosure Statement of the references to Chant West and the inclusion of the ratings logo or rating in the form and context in which they are included.
23 10. EXTRA INFORMATION > 23 Commonweath Government preservation age Your Commonwealth Government preservation age depends on your date of birth: Date of birth Commonwealth Government preservation age Before 30 June July 1960 to 30 June July 1961 to 30 June July 1962 to 30 June July 1963 to 30 June After 1 July Complaints resolution process Super SA aims to resolve all matters through its internal enquiry and complaints processes. If you have any concerns with a product or service provided by Super SA and our Member Service Centre has not been able to provide a satisfactory response, you can escalate the matter by lodging a formal complaint with Super SA. Complaints need to be in writing and may be submitted in the following ways: Online: Complete and submit the online Member Complaint Form. Download from the website: Download, complete and send the Member Complaint Form to Super SA. Mail: Complaints Officer, Super SA, GPO Box 48, Adelaide SA Fax : (08) If the Complaints Officer cannot resolve the issue you may choose to lodge an appeal with the Super SA Board or have the matter investigated by the State Ombudsman.
24 If you require further information please contact Super SA: Website Member Services Ground Floor 151 Pirie Street (enter from Pulteney Street) Adelaide SA 5000 Postal address GPO Box 48, Adelaide SA 5001 Telephone (08) (for regional callers) Facsimile (08) ABN USI To find out more visit For further information about the ratings methodology used by Chant West, see SuperRatings does not issue, sell, guarantee or underwrite this product. Go to for details of its ratings criteria.
> Get calculating! If you d like to see the effect that personal contributions may have on your final entitlement, access the Super SA Benefit Projector on the Super SA website www.supersa.sa.gov.au. The
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AMA Financial Services Medical & Associated Professions Superannuation Fund a sub-plan of IOOF Employer Super Employer and Personal Super Supplementary Product Disclosure Statement Dated: 1 June 2014 Issuer:
This product disclosure statement has been produced for the successor fund transfer of existing members of the LifeTrack Superannuation Fund to the IOOF Portfolio Service Superannuation Fund. LifeTrack
Member Booklet Supplement Fees and other costs 20 August 2016 The information in this document forms part of the First State Super Member Booklets (Product Disclosure Statements) for: 55 Employer Sponsored
How super is taxed guide (AP.4) Issued 1 January 2016 The information in this document forms part of the ESSSuper Accumulation Plan Product Disclosure Statement dated 1 January 2016. Contents Providing
Member Booklet Supplement Fees and other costs 1 July 2015 The information in this document forms part of the First State Super Member Booklets (Product Disclosure Statements) for: Employer Sponsored members
MLC MasterKey Super & Pension Fundamentals MLC MasterKey Super & Pension How to Guide Preparation date 1 July 2015 Issued by The Trustee, MLC Nominees Pty Limited (MLC) ABN 93 002 814 959 AFSL 230702 The
AMP Eligible Rollover Fund Product Disclosure Statement Issued 30 June 2014 Contents 1. About AMP Eligible Rollover Fund 2. How super works 3. Benefits of investing with AMP Eligible Rollover Fund 4. Risks
How super is taxed Date of issue: 1 July 2015 mtaasuper.com.audate Phone: 1300December 362 415 2014 Fax: 1300 365 142 of issue: The information in this document forms part of the Product Disclosure Statement
CSF27 04/12 Tax and your CSS benefit Who should read this? All contributing CSS members. What is in this fact sheet? > > What should I know up front? > > My benefits in the CSS > > How are contributions
AustChoice Super general reference guide (ACH.02) Issued: 28 May 2015 This guide contains important information not included in the AustChoice Super PDS. We recommend you read this entire guide. The information
YOUR SUPER Freelancers, the self-employed & super. If you are self-employed or a freelance or contract worker Media Super can help you understand your super and tax options, and what you can do to maximise
ANZ Superannuation Savings Account Product Disclosure Statement 21 June 2012 Contents 1. About ANZ Superannuation Savings Account 2 2. How super works 2 3. Benefits of investing with ANZ Superannuation
ENTERPRISE SUPER EMPLOYER SPONSORED SUPERANNUATION & PERSONAL SUPERANNUATION Issue Date: 22 June 2012 Enterprise Super is a division of General Retirement Plan, ABN 32 894 907 884 PO Box 1282, Albury NSW
ASC Superannuation Plan sub-plan of The Executive Superannuation Fund Product Disclosure Statement 28 June 2013 Things you should know: This Product Disclosure Statement ( PDS ) is a summary of significant
Sunsuper for life guide Want to know more about: Superannuation Income in retirement Preparation date: 9 June 2015 Issue date: 1 July 2015 Contents 1 Benefits of investing with Sunsuper for life 1 Here
Fees and other costs Employer-sponsored and personal superannuation members. This document was prepared on 1 July 2016. The information in this document forms part of the Statewide product disclosure statement
Your life your fund Super for real estate professionals Product Disclosure Statement 1 July 2016 CONTENTS 1 About REI Super 2 How super works 3 Benefits of investing with REI Super 4 Risks of super 5 How
AMP Capital Equity Fund Product Disclosure Statement Platform (Class A units) Issued 20 December 2013 Issued by AMP Capital Funds Management Limited ABN 15 159 557 721 AFSL 426455 AMP Capital Equity Fund
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The Executive Superannuation Fund Agenda Overview of The Executive Superannuation Fund ( the Fund ) Contributions ti and insurance benefits available to KPMG staff Investment option asset allocation Investment
SUPERANNUATION Home Insurance Super fundamentals Foundations for your future As one of your most important financial investments, it s worth understanding how superannuation works. For many Australians,
General reference guide (TPS.01) Issued: 1 July 2015 The Portfolio Service Super Essentials The Portfolio Service Superannuation Plan The Portfolio Service Retirement Income Plan This guide contains important
Superannuation Technical Information Booklet Macquarie Wrap Document number MAQST02 The information contained in this Technical Information Booklet should be read in conjunction with the relevant Product
Superannuation Savings Account Super. Simple. Guaranteed. Supplementary Product Disclosure Statement Preparation Date: 21 June 2007 This is a Supplementary Product Disclosure Statement (SPDS) to the Commonwealth
SUP E R ANNUATION Gold State Super essentials Product Information Booklet ISSUE DATE: 1 July 2016 PREPARATION DATE: 29 June 2016 ISSUER: Government Employees Superannuation Board ( GESB ) ABN 43 418 292
How super works VicSuper FutureSaver Member Guide Date prepared 1 July 2015 The information in this document forms part of the VicSuper FutureSaver Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) dated 1 July 2015.
Booklet 1 Getting the best out of your superannuation savings MAStech Smart technical solutions made simple Contents Introduction 01 Introduction 03 Saving through super 08 How a super fund works 09 How
Insurance Guide PDS Supplement we make it easy for you Dated 10 November 2015 CARE Super Pty Ltd (Trustee) ABN 91 006 670 060 AFSL 235226 CARE Super (Fund) ABN 98 172 275 725 PDS Supplement The information
Contents Page 1. About netwealth 2 2. How the Fund works 2 3. Benefits of investing in the Fund 4 4. Risks of managed investment schemes 4 5. How we invest your money 5 6. Fees and costs 6 7. How managed
Fees and costs guide (BA.5) Issued 1 January 2016 The information in this document forms part of the ESSSuper Accumulation Plan Product Disclosure Statement dated 1 January 2016. Contents Fees and costs