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New job, same great super fund!

Posted 21 June 2017 10:50am

Great news! PSSap members who leave the Australian Public Service will be able to keep PSSap as their superannuation provider by the end of the year.1

This means that you now have the flexibility to build for retirement while avoiding the costly annoyance of multiple superannuation accounts.

The benefits of keeping your super with PSSap are clear:

  • You maintain the advantage of CSC’s 10 year platinum-rated ‘best value for money’ 2 superannuation offering within the trusted government superannuation environment
  • You retain access to CSC’s investment expertise - CSC’s investment team is highly regarded in Australia and globally for its stewardship of an integrated approach to investment risk management
  • Exclusive lifePLUS cover insurance, designed for PSSap members
  • Access to CSC’s outstanding products and services such as Education and financial advice with no hidden commissions.

On top of our trusted and award winning products, PSSap provides flexibility—you can Grow Your Super, manage your own investment strategy, and consolidate other super accounts easily. We’re always happy to hear from you, so if you have any questions about your money we’re a phone call away.

How do I keep my super with PSSap?

Now that the PSSap extension bill has passed the Parliament, we are updating our systems to make sure that the process runs smoothly.

Once this update has been complete, you will be able to notify us (and your employer) using a simple online tool.

Keep your contact details up to date so that we can inform you of when this process is ready to begin. You can check and update these via Member Services Online.

Notes:

  1. Until recently, if you left the public service you’d be unable to contribute to PSSap- now, thanks to the legislative change brought about through the Government’s Super Reform Bills, you can keep your PSSap membership as you enter the private sector.
  2. As assessed and rated by SuperRatings Pty Ltd (ABN 95 100 192 283) - an independent research house that assesses superannuation funds. The most recent rating being 24 February 2017.

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