Super News

March 2021

A word from the CEO

"We've listened to our members as we face the 'new normal' together. We remain committed to doing all we can to assist you achieve the best possible retirement outcome, including supporting you by delivering progressive digital solutions. Let me tell you more." - Mark Puli, CEO

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Mark Puli, CEO
Stock Markets

Quarterly investment commentary

All our Accumulation Plan's investment options have generated positive returns over three years to 31 December 2020. The latest investment update from Daniel Selioutine, Head of Investments, has more information.

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Reflecting on 2020

2020 was a year like never before. We want to thank our members and recognise the incredible roles you played in supporting the community through it.

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Reflecting on 2020
New year, new… super contributions!

New year, new… super contributions!

One of the most rewarding things you can do to deliver long-term benefits is contributing a little more into your super.

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Your partner deserves the best

Did you know that your spouse or de facto partner can become an ESSSuper member too? And there are some pretty good reasons to join!

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Your partner deserves the best
Changes in legislation

Changes in legislation

Do you receive pension payments from us, or make voluntary super contributions? Read more about some important legislative proposals and changes.

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Turn "super difficult" into "super simple"

It's important to understand how your super works – and we can help! Run by experts, find out about our range of complimentary webinars.

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Extra benefits to protect you and your family

Extra benefits to protect you and your family

It's important to have the right amount of insurance cover. Did you know there are extra benefits available that can help you protect what's important to you?

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Stay with ESSSuper

Many Australian workers have careers made up of many different jobs, maybe even in different industries. But what does that mean for your super?

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Stay with ESSSuper
Women and super - making extra contributions

Women and super - making extra contributions

On average, Australian women retire with around half the super savings of their male peers.* But there are some things you can do to close the gap.

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Are you average?

What's an "average" income? It may not be what you think, and that can have implications for you now and in retirement. Find out more!

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Are you average?
Five simple super lessons

Five simple super lessons

The earlier you understand how to make your super work for you, the better it can be for your financial future. Here's five things you can try now.

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* "Women currently retire with 47% less superannuation than men." Source: Women in Super - The facts about women and super

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