Empowering women this International Women’s Day8 March 2022
Women retire with up to 23% less super than men1It’s a fact. One that probably leaves you feeling uneasy or even anxious – regardless of your gender.
That’s why, we’ve made it our mission to help women get financially fit this International Women’s Day. It doesn’t matter what your age is or how much you earn, there are many things you can do now to set you up for the future.
We all deserve to feel confident that we will be financially secure in retirement.
Top up your super
Make extra contributions of your own.
Consolidate your super
This simple step could save you on fees.
Choose the right investment
Understand your options so you can invest wisely.
Check your insurance
Is it too much, too little or just right?
Find lost super
Is it still performing for you?
Our webinars cover a range of topics just for you.
Get expert advice
It’s never too late for proper financial advice.
Log into the Member Portal to check your details and super.
Super SA supports International Women’s Day this March
Confident and in control
In March 2021, Mary and her husband Colin didn’t know just how comfortable retirement could be until they took advantage of the financial planning service available to Super SA members through Industry Fund Services (IFS) and her planner Paul.
The couple engaged IFS as Colin prepared to enter retirement, and that’s when they started taking control of their finances and began planning to maximise their superannuation.
Find out more at a super webinar for women
Super can be complex. We’ve designed a webinar especially for women covering your financial needs, investment choices, insurance and contributions.
We explain what you can do as a Super SA member and your advice options.
1 Source: It is documented in the ASFA Pre-Budget Submission for the 2022-23 Budget that the median superannuation balance in June 2019 for those aged 60-64 was around $178,800 for males and $137,050 for females which equates to a retirement savings gap between women and men of 23.4%.