Market-linked: GESB Super is an accumulation scheme linked to investment markets, similar to most other super funds. Your account balance builds up over time from contributions from you and your employer, as well as from investment earnings. You have a choice of investment plans, which determine what type of assets your money is invested in.
A taxed scheme: this means your investment earnings and contributions are subject to tax and, depending on when you access your super benefit, tax may also be payable upon withdrawal. To find out more about tax on contributions and withdrawals, refer to our Tax and super fact sheet.
1 SuperRatings Smart database as at 31 March 2015
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GESB offers three types of insurance that eligible members automatically receive. You can also tailor the level of your insurance to make sure you're covered in case you are no longer able to work. Give yourself peace of mind and make sure your insurance cover is right for your circumstances.