Make a great decision:

Current Super Fund

Current Super Balance

$75,000

$75k or less
$1m plus

Make a great decision:

Current Super Fund

Current Super Balance

$75,000

$75k or less
$1m plus
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A 30 year old in 2014 will lose an average of $250,000 in fees by the time they retire 1


On average the higher the super fees, the lower the performance 1


No hidden fees, or kick-backs, or commissions


It's your money - kept in your own, government backed bank accounts


You can do it yourself - it's actually easy


It can take just 10 minutes online to get started with no paperwork

Rather have something you can touch and feel like a unit or a house in your super, check out how it could work compared to keeping your super with one of the old ones:

Squirrel SMSF

Buying a property


Starting balance: (pooling a husband and wife's super funds) $100,000
Property Purchased: (SMSF borrows $200K) $300,000
Expected annual returns2
Capital Growth: $20,000
Rental Income: $13,500
Combined: $33,500

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  1. Source, "Super sting: how to stop Australians paying too much for superannuation", Grattan Institute, April 2014.
  2. Capital growth based on residential property doubling in value every 15 years and achieving a gross rental return of 4.5% per annum. Additional costs such as loan/interest repayments, property management fees have not been factored in.