We know that super can sometimes seem complex and confusing.
Your employer has entrusted Sunsuper as the default super fund for its employees for good reason.
We are one of Australia’s largest and fastest-growing funds. We look after the retirement savings of more than 1 million members. And with no shareholders to pay, our members are truly at the heart of everything we do.
This means solid long-term investment performance, fees among the lowest in the industry, and only one purpose – to help you dream with your eyes open to achieve the retirement of your dreams.
The information and documents contained on this site are unique to your Sunsuper plan.
However some links may take you to the Sunsuper public site which contains general information that may be relevant to you but does not take into consideration your plan-specific arrangements.
The Insurance in super factsheet summarises the key features about the insurance cover provided in your plan.
Use this form to apply for additional Death and Total & Permanent Disability cover at certain Life Events.
If you’re feeling overwhelmed by money issues due to COVID-19, here are some financial assistance options that may be available to you.
At times like these, putting additional savings into your superannuation can be a complex topic and something that you may not often think about. This webinar will discuss the importance of staying aware of the opportunities available to you, including eligibility for government support, to help you build your retirement savings - in the most tax effective way.
Our team of experts will briefly discuss the key considerations you may need to make if your financial circumstances change, options you have for assistance and guidance and considerations for applying for early access to your super.
Our team of experts will discuss what you need to consider in reviewing your retirement plans, including what your desired retirement may look like, the income you will need to live it and understanding the balance you'll need to achieve it.
Sunsuper's Chief Economist, Brian Parker will provide a market update, with a focus on the impact being caused by COVID-19. Brian will also discuss the implications and considerations of making investment decisions with our National Education Manager, Joshua van Gestel, as well as well as consider the opportunities and considerations you need to make with your superannuation in volatile times.