We know this is an extremely difficult time for Australians, especially financially. Our priority is to keep you informed about the changes, help you understand what the changes mean for you and provide support, so you can make the best decisions for your own personal circumstances.
This is why we've created this page to help you navigate COVID-19. Here you will find up to date important information on government changes to the super and pension system, market updates and much more.
Our helpline is also experiencing higher than average call volumes so we'll share some handy self—serve information to help you avoid waiting on hold.
Latest COVID-19 news
Members who lose their job, are stood down or have reduced working hours due to COVID-19 will not have their TPD cover affected, if the TPD claim is lodged before 31 March 2021.
Australia’s financial regulator warns that scammers are using the spread of COVID-19 to go after your super and steal your personal details.
We look at the global economic fallout from COVID-19 and how your super is weathering the storm.
With the help of Mercer’s Robyn Fisher we unpack the market volatility caused by COVID-19 and what this might mean for your super.
As we continue to see volatile local and global investment markets respond to COVID-19, we look at what this means for you and your super.
The Federal Government recently reduced the minimum drawdown rates for account-based pensions. Here's what you need to know.
The Federal Government has just announced that eligible individuals will be able to access up to $10,000 of their super. Here's what you need to know.
Our global team of investment experts are working tirelessly to help protect your retirement outcomes from market volatility. Here's what you need to know.
FAQs and how to self serve tips
Our helpline are experiencing higher than average call volumes so here are some handy self—serve tips and FAQs to help you avoid waiting on hold.
Wondering if you should switch your investment options and also how to do it? Check out our FAQs here.
Want to know more about the temporary super minimum drawdown rates and how to apply? Check out our FAQs here.