Investing in super should help you enjoy life’s little luxuries in retirement.
It’s hard to know what will be the top dish on offer for breakfast in 30 years’ time. But wouldn’t it be great to know whatever it is you’ll be able to enjoy it with friends?
However, many people are concerned about maintaining their lifestyle in the future, a meal out each week isn’t a guarantee as you get older. This is why investing in your super is so important.
One way we’re doing this is by making it easier to find and consolidate your super into one account.
Do you have lost super?
Like many Australians, you may have lost track of your super or have multiple super accounts, it’s easy to do, which could mean you’re paying multiple sets of account keeping fees and that is bad news. Consolidating your super accounts may help you improve your super balance.
Here are some of the reasons you may have lost track of your super:
- You’ve changed your name
- You’ve moved house and changed your address
- You’ve changed employers and your new employer has set up a default super fund for you
- You’ve done part time or casual work