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Compare our administration and investment fees for the Sunsuper MySuper Balanced pool against the industry average. Select the balance closest to your super fund balance and see how we compare.

Impact of lower fees on your super balance

Small differences in fees and costs can have a substantial impact on your long-term returns, and they can vary greatly from fund to fund. For example, annual fees of 2% of your account balance compared to 1% could make a 20% difference to your balance in retirement, for example, reduce it from $100,000 to $80,000.

That's why doing your research, comparing superannuation funds and considering a fund with not only lower fees, but strong performance (keeping in mind that past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance), investment choice and outstanding customer service is also important.

See how we stack up

With great value and strong performance3, it's no surprise Sunsuper was awarded both Chant West's and SuperRatings’ 2020 Fund of the Year.

Use the Chant West Super AppleCheck comparison tool to see how we compare with other super funds.

 

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1 Based on administration and investment fees and costs current at 30 April 2020, SuperRatings Fundamentals Report, Average Super Industry Fees based on Balanced (60-76) style options (excludes insurance costs).
2 Based on administration and investment fees and costs current at 30 April 2020, SuperRatings Fundamentals Report – Sunsuper for Life MySuper Balanced Pool (excludes insurance costs).
3 The Balanced option for Super-savings accounts, which has identical investments to the Balanced Pool in the Lifecycle Investment Strategy, has outperformed the industry average over 3, 5, 7 and 10 years. (Source: SuperRatings Fund Credit Rate Survey April 2020). Warning: Past performance is not a reliable indication of future performance.