Changes to super

Keep up to date with the latest changes to superannuation.

20 Jul 2021
Some important changes to the rules on super have come into effect in 2021.
30 Aug 2020
The “Protecting your Super” changes introduced in 2019 are designed to ensure low balance accounts aren’t eroded by fees – and that you’re not paying for insurance you don’t know about or need – giving your super the very best chance to grow.
09 Jun 2020
The Trustee of BT Super for Life appointed AIA Australia Limited (AIA) ABN 79 004 837 861, AFSL 230043 as the new group life insurer, effective 1 July 2020.
20 Jan 2020
We’re simplifying and enhancing our super products, offering our members more choice, flexibility, and an improved online and mobile experience. We’ve also identified ways to reduce the cost of managing members’ super – and we’re sharing these savings with our members by making changes to our administration fees, a move which will see the majority of members paying less.
20 Oct 2019
Super funds no longer offer insurance automatically to new members, under the age of 25 or if the balance is under $6,000.
30 May 2019
Government changes from 1 July 2019 mean super funds can’t provide or maintain insurance cover for members with inactive accounts. Does this impact you?

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