Have you been paying attention to your super?
It’s at least 9.5% of our income and one of the biggest assets we’ll ever have. Yet many of us don’t take the time to understand or manage our super. When it comes down to it, your super balance will significantly impact your quality of life throughout retirement. So, why do we ignore it?
Australians put off thinking about their super for a number of reasons. Some of us consider the topic of super to be a snooze fest. Others find it too complex. The industry jargon is difficult to make sense of and navigating the different options can be overwhelming. Younger people view the concept of retirement as a distant concern, while pre-retirees may harbour regrets for not having saved enough, and avoid the conversation altogether. This can all lead to people making poor super decisions, or sometimes, making no decisions at all.
It’s time to change this mindset
If you’ve been complacent about your super, it is possible you are missing out on future savings. That’s why we want to give you easy access to information that is right for you. Armed with clear advice, you can feel empowered to make informed choices to better manage your super - wherever you are on life’s journey
VISSF is here to help
Over the coming months, our Advice Team will be proactively calling members. From making investment choices, topping up super, consolidating accounts, selecting personal insurance, or exploring retirement income options, our helpful team will be on hand to solve your super and pension
Would you like to speak to someone today?
If you’re ready to take action right now, you can arrange complimentary advice by calling 1300 660 027 between
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