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Get your super in shape early

If you’ve just entered the workforce, you probably have a lot of paperwork to fill out. It’s easy to think you’ll deal with super later, but don’t put it off. There are a few things you can do now that could make a huge difference to your future financial security. And the earlier you start the better.

Think about how you want your super invested

Contributions to your super fund account, by your employer and yourself, are invested by your super fund. When you join NESS Super you can choose from a range of investment options. The option you choose will depend on how much return you want on your investment and the level of risk you are willing to take. Find out more about risk and return.

If you don’t choose an investment option when you join NESS Super, your super will automatically be invested in our default option, NESS MySuper. Find out more.

Think about how much Insurance you need

Now that you are working and earning an income, it’s important to make sure you have the right level of insurance should something unexpected happen to you.

When you join NESS Super you automatically (subject to certain conditions) receive 2 units of default Death, Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD), and Temporary Salary Continuance (TSC) cover. Default TSC cover is not available to Spouse Members or to seasonal workers.

Also, for the first 180 days of becoming First Eligible (generally, this is the date you first commenced employment with a NESS Super Employer), you can take up the following insurance options*:

  • Additional insurance cover: if you are in Active Employment when you join NESS Super you can apply for an additional 2 units of Death, Total and Permanent Disablement (TPD) and Total and Temporary Disablement (TSC) without having to provide medical evidence.
  • Special options for members under 21: you can take advantage of special options with regard to your TSC cover.
  • Special options for members under 30: you can take advantage of special options with regard to your Death cover.
* Not available to Spouse Members or to Self-Employed Members.

You can also apply for optional additional cover on Death, TPD and TSC or for optional Long Term Salary Continuance (SCI) Cover.

For more information about insurance options please refer to the NESS Super PDS and the NESS Super Insurance Guide for Employed Members

If you are a Spouse Member please refer to the NESS Super Insurance Guide for Spouse Members or if you are a Self-Employed Member, please refer to the NESS Super Insurance Guide for Self-Employed Members.

Consider making additional contributions

You may not be earning much just yet, but the earlier you start contributing to your super the better.

The Super Guru website shows you how you can boost your super by making only small changes to your budget.

And if you make after-tax contributions to your super, you may also be eligible for the Government co-contribution scheme for low or middle-income earners.

Combine your super

If you’ve had casual or part time jobs in the past, you may already have some super. Combining all your super into the one account makes a lot of sense. It makes it easier for you to manage your super and saves you paying more than one set of fees and costs, which means more for you in the long term. Find out more about combining your super.