If retirement is just around corner, you might be thinking about what you need to know to make the most of your super. Here are some simple tools and resources to help you understand where you’re at now, and what you can do to move into retirement with confidence.
Best of all be assured that with Aware Super, your super is with a proven top-performer1. Our investment approach is designed to safeguard your super savings as you get closer to, or are in, retirement, and is working hard to help you achieve your best possible retirement outcome.
When can you afford to retire?
Understanding how much you need for retirement helps you know when you can afford to retire and feel confident in your retirement plan.
Ways to withdraw your super
You've worked hard to build your super nest egg, so when are you allowed to withdraw your money? Head into retirement with confidence by understanding when you can access your super and the options available for withdrawing it.
Use our retirement checklist to see what you need to consider, to help you achieve a comfortable retirement.
Attend a webinar
Join a retirement webinar hosted by our super experts to help you plan for your retirement.
Get the right help and advice
Whatever your retirement goals are, we’re here to help you manage your money and plan for a better financial future.
Start a retirement income stream
If you’re ready to retire or cut back on work as you transition into retirement, explore our different income streams to meet your needs.
Boost your super the champions way
Salary sacrifice is a smart way to grow your super and save on tax.
Not quite ready to retire?
Simple steps you can take today help your super to go the distance
Our Accumulation Growth and Balanced Growth options delivered a 10 year return to 30 April 2021 of 8.56% and 7.06% p.a, SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey for the SR50 Balanced (60-76) Index (50 Funds) and SR 25 Conservative Balanced (41-59) index (Balanced Growth)(25 Funds), compared to the 10 year return of the index medians of 7.86% and 6.40% for the same period. Returns are net of investment fees, tax and implicit asset-based administration fees. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. ↩