Super and Retirement Matters

  • Federal Budget 2016 - Changes announced to super

    The Federal Budget announcement on 3 May 2016 included proposed changes to super.

    As has been the case with previous budgets, the proposed changes may need to go through Parliament before taking effect.

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  • Update on service fees for all members from 1 July 2016

    We are introducing a 'user-pays' system for some services on 1 July 2016.

    As previously advised, the new fees will apply for our Simple Advice and Retirement Options Services, and for certain transactions such as Family Law splitting and full and partial withdrawals.

    Find out more about our service fees and how they may affect you.

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  • Insurance changes for GESB Super and West State Super members from 1 July 2016

    Changes to premiums and other policy terms and conditions for the Death, Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) and Salary Continuance Insurance (SCI) offered through GESB Super and West State Super will apply from 1 July 2016.

    If you are a GESB Super or West State Super member, find out where you can find more information on these important changes.

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  • New names for super and retirement investment plans

    If you are a GESB Super, West State Super or retirement product member, you can choose how your savings are invested through your investment plan. 

    From 1 July 2016, the names of some investment plans for GESB Super, West State Super and retirement products will change.

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  • Salary maintenance and remuneration for Gold State Super

    It is important to understand what can be included as part of your remuneration.

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  • What happens to my super with GESB when I pass away?


    Your super is likely to be one of your most significant assets. But have you thought about what will happen to your super with GESB after you are gone? 

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