1 MEMBER GUIDE PRODUCT DISCLOSURE STATEMENT Date of issue: 13 August 2015
2 2 SUPER SA SELECT > PDS CONTENTS 1. About Super SA Select 3 2. How super works 4 3. Benefits of investing with Super SA Select 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 20 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 Super SA Select. 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. Latest 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 Super SA Select, please refer to the Trust Deed and Rules. These set out the rules under which Super SA Select is administered and entitlements are paid.
3 3 1. ABOUT SUPER SA SELECT Super SA Select is a super fund launched by the South Australian Government in Super SA Select is a taxed accumulation fund which is the type most commonly used across Australia. As a public sector super fund, Super SA Select is run entirely to benefit members: It is not for profit so fees are kept as low as possible. Security and integrity, not sales or shareholders, are the focus. Trust Deed and Rules The Southern Select Super Corporation is established under the Public Corporations (Southern Select Super Corporation) Regulations Southern Select Super Corporation is Trustee of Super SA Select which is established and governed by a Trust Deed and Rules. Super SA is the administrator of Super SA Select. Super SA Select and the LISC Triple S Scheme members are ineligible to receive the Commonwealth Government s Low Income Super Contribution (LISC). Members of the Triple S Scheme who decide that it would be advantageous to receive the LISC can do so by joining Super SA Select. They also need to ensure the LISC s other eligibility criteria are met. The LISC has been legislated to continue until the end of the financial year. Super SA Select and Triple S Join Super SA Select and all future contributions will be directed to your Super SA Select Account. You will then have two options regarding your Triple S balance: 1. Retain your current super balance in Triple S. OR 2. Roll your entire super balance out of Triple S and into Super SA Select.
4 4 SUPER SA SELECT > PDS 2. HOW SUPER WORKS Super is a powerful way of saving for your retirement. It s an investment in your future! 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 fund. These contributions are known as the Superannuation Guarantee (SG). While most people can choose which super fund they would like their super paid into, as a SA public sector employee, you only have the option of having your employer contributions paid into the Triple S Scheme or Super SA Select. Types of contributions to super 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 your after-tax contributions.) salary sacrifice contribution: asking your employer to deduct extra money from your pay before tax is taken out and to pay this into your super. Government Co-Contribution is a payment you could receive from the Commonwealth Government, if you qualify, for making after-tax contributions to your super. Low Income Super Contribution (LISC) is a payment of up to $500 pa from the Commonwealth Government to people with an adjusted taxable income of less than $37,000. It is calculated as 15% of the concessional (before tax) contributions your employer makes. The LISC has been legislated to continue until the end of the financial year. Making contributions Organise automatic fortnightly payments to be deducted straight from your pay. Choose after-tax or salary sacrifice, or both. Make after-tax lump sum payments by cheque, money order or BPAY. Use the Personal Super Contributions Calculator on the Super SA website at to compare salary sacrifice and after-tax contributions.
5 5 2. HOW SUPER WORKS CONT D Contribution caps The Commonwealth Government has set certain contribution caps on the amount of concessionally taxed super you can contribute or receive. Further information on caps and tax rates is available in the How super is taxed section. Withdrawals The Commonwealth Government has established certain limits on when you can access your super. You can access your super when you stop working, subject to Commonwealth Government preservation rules. You can also access your super when you reach your preservation age, whilst still working through an arrangement known as Early Access to Super (EATS). Commonwealth Government preservation age Date of birth Entitlement preserved until 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 Important note: Commonwealth Government preservation rules are different from the preservation rules that apply to other Super SA administered schemes. You need to be aware of this if you are rolling money into Super SA Select from Triple S. Information about the Triple S preservation rules can be found in the Triple S PDS. Rolling over your super As with the Triple S Scheme, any part of your rollover that was subject to preservation before it is transferred into Super SA Select will remain subject to the Commonwealth Government s preservation rules and also cannot be rolled out while you are employed in the SA public sector. 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 contributions, growing and accessing your super may change between the time when you read this PDS and the day when you acquire the product.
6 6 SUPER SA SELECT > PDS 3. BENEFITS OF INVESTING WITH SUPER SA SELECT Super SA Select can help you make the most of your super! Low fees and competitive insurance Low administration fee: Just $1.35 a week! Insurance: Super SA Select members continue their insurance in the Triple S Scheme. Through Triple S most members have access to Income Protection Insurance and Death and Total and Permanent Disablement Insurance. See page 18 for more information. Great ways to grow your super Flexible contributions: Choice of after-tax and salary sacrifice contributions. Choice of two investment options: Choose to have your super invested in the Balanced or Cash investment options. Additional employer contribution: You get an employer contribution of 10% if you contribute 4.5% or more of your salary after tax. Access to your super while you re working Early Access to Super: You have the option to access your super when you reach your preservation age using an income stream even if you re still working. 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. SUPER SA PRODUCT DISCLOSURE STATEMENT SUPER SA member guide: Date of issue: 18 August 2014 F lexible member guide: Rollover Product Income Strea m Product disclosure statement Date of issue: June 2012
7 7 3. BENEFITS OF INVESTING WITH SUPER SA SELECT CONT D Super SA Select members have access to a wide range of services. Visit to: get your super balance download a fact sheet or form see how your super s performing 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 onsite Industry Fund Services (IFS) choose your own financial planner Financial Planning Association of Australia
8 8 SUPER SA SELECT > PDS 4. RISKS OF SUPER 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 Super SA Select member, you should be aware that capital losses are possible, depending on the investment option you choose and its 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 9 5. HOW WE INVEST YOUR MONEY Your super is generally invested across a range of assets including cash, fixed interest, property and shares. Investment options Super SA Select has two investment options for members to choose from. When you join Super SA Select, you have the choice of investing your super in either the Balanced or Cash option. You can only invest in one investment option at a time. If you don t make a choice your super is invested in the Balanced option. Investment Option Target rate of return Investment horizon Balanced default CPI + 4% 7 yrs+ Cash Maintain capital value 0 yrs+ You should seek independent financial advice to ensure that your investment option 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 10 SUPER SA SELECT > PDS 5. HOW WE INVEST YOUR MONEY CONT D Switching options You can switch investment options at any time. You can only invest your super in one investment option Balanced or Cash. The first switch in any financial year is free and there s a $20 fee for subsequent switches in the same financial year. To make a switch download the Investment Choice form from our website and return it 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 11 5. HOW WE INVEST YOUR MONEY CONT D Investment details for the Balanced (default) option 1 Description Investment return objective CPI + 4% Asset allocation This option is structured for investors with an investment time horizon of at least seven years. Annual returns may be volatile. 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). Strategic Asset Allocation Australian Equities 22% International Equities 18% Property 12% Diversified Strategies (Growth) 8% Diversified Strategies (Income) 15% Inflation Linked Securities 12% Fixed Interest 11% Cash 2% Min suggested time frame Summary risk level 7 years It is likely that a negative return might be expected to occur between three and four years in 20. Risk classification Medium to high risk (Risk Band 5) 2 1 Figures current at 1 July The Standard Risk Measure is based on industry guidance. You should read the important information about investments, including the Cash option, 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.
12 12 SUPER SA SELECT > PDS 6. FEES AND COSTS 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 costs for Balanced investment option The table opposite 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 13 6. FEES AND COSTS CONT D Super SA Select 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 fee 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 Nil. If you consult a financial adviser additional fees will be payable. Not applicable Indirect cost ratio 3 (ICR) 0.59% Fee deducted from the product 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 section 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 14 SUPER SA SELECT > PDS 6. FEES AND COSTS CONT D 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 Nil For every $50,000 you have in Balanced you will be charged $0 each year. PLUS Administration fees PLUS Indirect costs for Balanced EQUALS Cost of product $70.20 ($1.35 per week) And you will be charged $70.20 in administration fees regardless of your balance. 0.59% And indirect costs of $295 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. To see how fees and costs may affect your account balance, use the calculator on Super SA s website or on the ASIC website at
15 15 6. FEES AND COSTS CONT D Super SA Select is a not for profit fund and endeavours to keep fees and costs low for members. 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 Super SA Select 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. 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 Super SA Select Account. 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 16 SUPER SA SELECT > PDS 7. HOW SUPER IS TAXED Unlike many other forms of savings, super is treated favourably under tax legislation. Tax is applied to your super in three different ways: on before-tax contributions made by you or your employer on the investment earnings, and when you withdraw your super. Tax and contribution caps The Commonwealth Government has set certain caps on the amount of concessionally taxed super you can contribute or receive: Before-tax contributions are capped at $35,000 each financial year if you are aged 50 or over. They are capped at $30,000 each financial year if you are aged 49 or under. This includes contributions made by your employer and any salary sacrifice contributions. Before-tax contributions are known as concessional contributions. After-tax contributions are capped at $180,000 each financial year or, if you are under age 65 during the financial year, you can bring forward the cap for two years to contribute up to $540,000 in one year. After-tax contributions are known as non-concessional contributions. Exceeding these caps will incur the highest marginal rate plus Medicare levy and 2% Temporary Budget Repair Levy on the excess amount. Tax on contributions The tax applied to contributions is determined by their source before-tax or after-tax monies and compliance with the contribution caps set by the Commonwealth Government. The tax rates on contributions are based on provision of your Tax File Number (TFN). Without a TFN your before-tax contributions are subject to the highest marginal rate plus Medicare levy. See page 18 for information on providing your TFN to Super SA.
17 17 7. HOW SUPER IS TAXED CONT D Contribution Example Tax 1 Before-tax contributions (concessional) After-tax contributions (non-concessional) 1 Contributions tax. employer contributions salary sacrifice personal after-tax contributions 15% 0% Tax on investment earnings As with most other super funds, Super SA Select is required to pay up to 15% tax on its investment earnings. The tax will be applied to the fund as a whole and will be reflected in the unit price of each investment option. Tax on withdrawals How your super is taxed when you withdraw your super depends on: the various components that make up your balance provision of your Tax File Number (TFN) your age when you take a benefit. The tax that applies to lump sum withdrawals from your Super SA Select Account depends on your age. Your age Under Commonwealth preservation age 1 Tax on taxable (taxed) component 20% maximum rate (no cap) Commonwealth preservation age 1 to or over Tax free 0% tax up to $195, % tax on balance (no cap) Please note: The 2% Medicare levy and the 2% Temporary Budget Repair Levy are also deducted when tax is payable if you take your entitlement in cash. 1 Commonwealth Government preservation ages are listed in the How super works section of this PDS. 2 From 1 July 2015.
18 18 SUPER SA SELECT > PDS 7. HOW SUPER IS TAXED The tax rates on contributions and withdrawals are based on provision of your TFN. Without a Tax File Number (TFN) your before-tax contributions and withdrawals are subject to the highest marginal rate plus Medicare levy. Providing your TFN To ensure your entitlement is taxed at concessional rates, and that any after-tax contributions you make are accepted into your Account, you should provide your TFN to Super SA. If you do not, you will pay tax at a higher rate. Online: Sign in to the secure member area at and type your TFN into the My Details page. By mail: 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 Super SA Select. 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.
19 19 8. INSURANCE IN YOUR SUPER Super SA Select members can take advantage of the flexible and low-cost insurance offered through Triple S. The size and scale of Triple S means it can provide low-cost flexible insurance options. Retaining insurance through a scheme with a larger pool of members means that premiums can be kept as low as possible for Super SA Select members. Most members of Super SA Select will have access to: Income Protection Insurance (IP) Death and Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) Insurance Refer to the Triple S PDS for further information on insurance. Insurance premiums and Triple S An amount equal to the premiums for any Income Protection or Death & Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) Insurance you have within Triple S will be deducted from your Super SA Select Account and paid into your Triple S account. You will see these transactions summarised on your Annual Statement for your Triple S and Super SA Select accounts. Even if you transfer your Triple S balance to Super SA Select, your Triple S account will remain open for the purpose of continuing your Triple S insurance. The insurance cost is automatically deducted from your Super SA Select Account and transferred across to Triple S. Use the Super SA Insurance Calculator on the website to help you work out how much Death and TPD Insurance you need within Triple S.
20 20 SUPER SA SELECT > PDS 9. HOW TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT Join Super SA Select and all future contributions will be directed to your Super SA Select Account. Joining Super SA Select is only a step away! Complete the Application form located at the back of this PDS and return it to Super SA. Cooling off You have 19 calendar days from when you join to decide if Super SA Select is the right choice for you. During this time you can cancel your membership of Super SA Select. If you cancel your Super SA Select membership in the cooling off period any administration fees applied to your account will be reversed and the balance of your account will be rolled over to Triple S using the unit price effective at the date of cancellation. The amount you receive will also be less any withdrawals made during your membership and any taxes payable. To close your account during the cooling-off period, you need to send a written request to Super SA at the address shown on the back cover of this PDS. Once you join Super SA Select you will have two options regarding your Triple S balance: 1. Retain your current super balance in Triple S. OR 2. Roll your entire super balance out of Triple S and into Super SA Select.
21 21 9. HOW TO OPEN AN ACCOUNT CONT D Considerations before joining Super SA Select is subject to Commonwealth preservation rules which are different from the preservation rules for Triple S. You need to be aware of this if you are rolling money into Super SA Select from Triple S. It is important to be aware that: If you choose to become a member of Super SA Select, your membership in Super SA Select is irrevocable by you, you will no longer be permitted to direct your employer and member contributions to Triple S and all future employer and member contributions will be directed to Super SA Select. If you leave the employment of the SA public sector or a Participating Employer (together referred to hereonin as Employer ), and then subsequently return to employment with an Employer while you are still a member of Super SA Select, you will be required to direct all future employer and member contributions to Super SA Select. In the event you leave the employment of an Employer and subsequently return to employment with an Employer when you are no longer a member of Super SA Select, then you will be required to direct all your future employer and member contributions to the Triple S Scheme. It is therefore important that you seek professional advice from a licensed financial adviser on whether Super SA Select is right for you.
22 22 SUPER SA SELECT > PDS Complaints resolution process The Southern Select Super Corporation as Trustee aims to resolve all matters through its internal enquiry and complaints processes via Super SA. 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: Website: Complete and submit the online Member Complaint Form. Download, complete and send the Member Complaint Form to Super SA. Mail: Complaints Officer, Super SA, GPO Box 48, Adelaide SA 5001 Fax: If the Complaints Officer cannot resolve the issue you may choose to appeal to the Administrative and Disciplinary Division of the District Court or have the matter investigated by the State Ombudsman. SuperRatings does not issue, sell, guarantee or underwrite this product. Go to for details of its ratings criteria.
23 APPLICATION FORM 1 Please complete all the details on this form in BLOCK LETTERS and return it to Super SA. 1. PERSONAL DETAILS 2. TAX FILE NUMBER Mr Ms Miss Mrs Dr Prof Surname Given name(s) Residential address Supplying your TFN to Super SA Select is optional. However, if you choose not to supply your TFN: Tax at the top marginal rate plus medicare levy will be deducted from your employer and salary sacrifice contributions. After-tax voluntary contributions cannot be accepted. You may not receive a Co-contribution or Low Income Super Contributions. My Tax File Number is: Postcode Postal address (if different from above) If you provide your TFN it will only be used for legal purposes and it will assist in finding and identifying your super entitlements now and in the future. Declining to provide your TFN is not an offence. Postcode Date of birth / / Male Female Employee Number Telephone (M) (W) (H) 3. INVESTMENT OPTIONS Please refer to the Investment section on pages 9 to 11 of the Super SA Select Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) to assist you in selecting an investment option. Please select one option only: Balanced Cash 4. PERSONAL CONTRIBUTIONS If you do not make a choice your money will be invested in the Balanced option Your after-tax contributions into Super SA Select will continue at the same rate as elected under Triple S. If you wish to change your contribution rate you need to complete section 5 below. 5. CONTRIBUTION RATE CHANGE I hereby elect to vary my after-tax contribution rate to Super SA Select. Please note: There is no limit on the percentage of after-tax contributions that you are able to make. However, the percentage needs to be a whole percentage unless you are making 4.5%.* When working out the percentage of after-tax contributions that you wish to make, you need to remember that your after-tax contributions are based on a percentage of your salary before tax. Therefore, you need to ensure that you do not elect to contribute an amount greater than your take home pay. How to contribute After-tax Download the Change to contribution rate form Send it to Super SA Salary sacrifice Download the Salary Sacrifice contributions through employer (non-executives) form Forward it to your payroll office Contributing at a rate of 4.5% or more of salary increases employer contributions from 9.5% to 10%. Please tick one of the following: 10% 9% 8% 7% 6% 5% 4.5% 3% 2% 1% 0% Other (please specify %) NOTES: Only active Super SA Select members can vary their after-tax contribution rate. An active member is defined as member who is contributing from their before-tax or after-tax salary; is receiving employer Superannuation Guarantee (SG) contributions; or is on Leave Without Pay. There are no costs involved for members who choose to make contributions, other than the normal Super SA Select administration fee. You can change your contribution rate at any time and there is no charge for doing so. *Members of Super SA Select who are employed as SA Police Officers, SA Ambulance Operational staff or SA Ambulance staff who transferred into Triple S from the SA Ambulance Service Superanuation Scheme are required to make an after-tax contribution of at least 4.5% of their superannuation salary. Form updated: 13 August 2015
24 APPLICATION FORM 2 Please complete all the details on this form in BLOCK LETTERS and return it to Super SA. 6. APPLICANT DECLARATION Please note that once you join Super SA Select, your membership is irrevocable while you continue to be employed by the SA public sector or a participating employer. Please refer to the How to open an account pages of the Super SA Select PDS, and the information on the right, for important information on the impact of joining Super SA Select. Please complete all the details on this form and return the signed original to Super SA. Contact us In person: Ground floor, 151 Pirie Street Adelaide SA 5000 Postal: PO Box 48, Adelaide, SA 5001 Call: (08) (for regional callers) Fax: (08) Website: I hereby apply to become a member of Super SA Select and declare that: I have read and accept the PDS and related information. I understand that the Southern Select Super Corporation, as Trustee, will invest my super according to my choice of investment option and I accept full responsibility for my investment choice and acknowledge that I am aware of the consequences of making such an election. I give consent for any of my personal information, including but not limited to medical, non-medical and employment information, to be exchanged between Super SA Select and Triple S. The information supplied on this form is true and correct. I understand that as a member of Super SA Select I am bound by the rules set out in the Trust Deed and Rules. I understand that when I become a member of Super SA Select, and subject to the cooling off period specified in the Super SA Select PDS: my membership in Super SA Select is irrevocable by me; I will no longer permitted to direct employer and member contributions to Triple S; and all future employer and member contributions will be directed to Super SA Select, while I continue to be employed by the SA public sector or a participating employer. I understand that if I leave the employment of the SA public sector or a participating employer and subsequently return to employment with the SA public sector or a participating employer whilst still a member of Super SA Select, all future employer and member contributions will be directed to Super SA Select. I understand that if I leave the employment of the SA public sector or a participting employer and subsequently return to employment with the SA public sector or participating employer when I am no longer a member of Super SA Select, then I will be required to join Triple S. Any existing salary sacrifice arrangement in Triple S will cease when I apply to become a member of Super SA Select. I understand that I will need to establish a new arrangement in Super SA Select. I understand that the Super SA Select PDS dated 13 August 2015 represents a summary of the terms and conditions under which the the Southern Select Super Corporation, as Trustee, offers this product and that the complete terms and conditions are set out in the Trust Deed and Rules. The terms and conditions are subject to any changes in Commonwealth Acts and Regulations. I understand that the Super SA Select PDS is a general guide and does not contain personal financial advice. I understand that Super SA may use the information I have provided to send me extra information about my super or to conduct surveys regarding current or future services. Please note, if you provide your address, then Super SA will keep you informed with Super SA Select e-news and may from time to time also send additional communications by electronic means, including Super SA Select announcements, invitations and surveys. You may opt out of this service at any time. Signature: Date: / /. Form updated: 13 August 2015
25 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) Fax: (08) ABN:
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