Investing your super: tips and tools


Not sure which investment option might be right for you - or wondering what to consider when choosing an investment option? 

Investing your super: tips and tools

This webinar shared some of the key things members should consider when making an investment choice, to help members understand the tools and flexible investment options available through your BT super account.

Award-winning financial adviser Kate McCallum – co-author of best-seller ‘The Joy of Money – the Australian woman’s guide to financial independence’ – revealed the key factors that matter most when investing your super.

Hannah Oakhill, Acting Managing Director BT Super, talked through our in-house managed default Lifestage investment options, and our 'Simple' and 'Full' menus: how they work and who they’re designed for. And shared some of the online tools available to members to support you in exploring this topic more.

Running time: 60mins 

Log in to your super account

  • BT Super

    You can log in here, via the Panorama App, or via your Westpac online banking.

  • BT Super for Life

    Log in via your Westpac, St.George, Bank of Melbourne or BankSA online banking.

Our investment check-in allows you to review your investments so you can make an informed decision about your super. It only takes 5 minutes.

Do you want more of an active role in choosing investment option(s) that make up your super? Follow these steps and you'll be well on your way. 

Australian women are still playing catch up with their super. It’s no secret that when women retire, their super balance is typically lower than men's, and many haven’t saved enough to enjoy a comfortable retirement.

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