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What's our aim?

We want to build a better future for all Australians and are committed to helping women achieve their financial goals today, tomorrow, and well into the future.

We care deeply about the financial health of all our members, especially women, who face unique challenges when it comes to money.  On average, women earn less than their male counterparts and generally have lower super balances.

The good news is a few small steps now can make a big difference down the track. That’s why we’re providing tools, information and encouragement to women who are keen to make changes that will improve their financial situation.

Watch an on-demand webinar

Regardless of where you are in life or in your super journey, you can start organising your finances and setting yourself up for the future.

Watch a free on-demand webinar about super, retirement, and investments, to learn more. You can learn when it suits you, these webinars are available 24/7.

Grow your super

Understand the basics of how super grows. Learn about how the small actions now can help provide you with a better future.


Investment basics

Super is your money. We'll take you through the basics of investments, including how your super in invested. 



How much super is enough in retirement

Working out how much income you’ll need in retirement can be tricky. Learn more now, so you know what you need in retirement.

Government Age Pension and other benefits

Understand how the Government Age Pension and other benefits can work with your super, to provide the income you need in retirement.

Why it matters

Superannuation sits within a broader issue of gender equality in Australia. Women generally earn less and take more career breaks to care for family. Often, this leaves them with less saved for the future, compared to men.

Having enough super may not just affect the lifestyle we lead in our later years, but also the healthcare and aged care options available to us. For women, this is an even more urgent issue: they’re playing catch-up.

4 common obstacles that women face

1. I don't have time to focus on my money

In the rush of everyday life, it’s easy to forget about something that seems a long way down the track. Why not take the opportunity to shine a spotlight on the issue. And, an ideal trigger for scheduling a dedicated hour to start sorting out your super.

Find my super

2. I don't earn enough to save for retirement

If you’re working part-time or have a tight household budget it can seem difficult to save for retirement. You can still make a difference without taking too much of a hit to your hip pocket.

Earn a co-contribution

3. I'm too focused on today to worry about tomorrow

The long-term nature of superannuation makes it easy to put off until later. But don’t forget, small actions do make a difference so the earlier you start, the easier it is.

Get my super together

4. I don't know where to start

With so much jargon and so many rules and regulations, it’s easy to put super in the ‘too-hard basket’. But we are here to help. We have a range of cost neutral, easily accessible options to help you get started on your financial journey. We also understand that retirement might not be your primary focus right now, and that’s ok, there are things you can do at all stages in life to help improve your tomorrow.

Access my super account