Use this section to access Media Super's fact sheets. These are useful resources to help you understand your retirement investment.
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Superannuation is a tax-effective savings plan for your retirement, so the Federal Government has placed certain restrictions on when and how you can access your super.
Updated 18 July 2018.
If you change your job, whether voluntarily or not, there could be implications for your super. Take the time to find out about and plan for your retirement savings.
Combining other superannuation funds into your Media Super account can make managing your retirement savings simpler and cheaper and now you can combine online or over the phone.
A list of helpful contact phone numbers and web addresses for Government departments and agencies.
Make sure your super and insurance are distributed according to your wishes in the event of your death – nominate a beneficiary.
Read this fact sheet for information on Family Law matters and how they will be handled by the Trustee of Media Super.
The Turnbull Government handed down the 2018-19 Federal Budget on Tuesday 8 May 2018.
Removing compulsory life insurance from the superannuation accounts of young people and reuniting many Australians with their lost or inactive accounts were key measures.
For retirees, the focus was on helping both pensioners and self-funded retirees boost their income, with the Government expanding the Pension Work Scheme and allowing more people to access Centrelink’s Pension Loans (home equity release) Scheme.
Media Super members now have access to an integrated range of financial advice services.
If you are self-employed or a freelance or contract worker – Media Super can help you understand your super and tax options, and what you can do to maximise your retirement savings.
Media Super members can access cost-effective insurance cover – make sure you and your family are adequately protected.
Updated August 2018.