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Make your personal contributions by 25 June 2024 to make sure they’re counted towards the 2023/24 financial year.

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It's easy to manage your account anytime, anywhere.

Use our award-winning mobile app1 or through Members Online your secure online portal. All it takes is a few clicks.

Manage your super

Learning how to manage your super can help you make choices that get your money working harder for you.  By making a few smart moves you can really help your long-term financial goals. You can use our easy online tools to help you understand how your super is performing and what fees you’re paying. It’s your money and you’re in control.  

Access your super online

Using Aware Super’s Member Online is an easy way to manage your super online. You can use the portal to:

  • Switch your investment options
  • Consolidate all your super
  • Update your details
  • Change your insurance cover
  • Access your annual statement

If you don’t have an online account, you can register for online access in a couple of easy steps.

Download our award-winning app

Managing your super from your mobile device is easy with the Aware Super app. You can use the app to:

  • View your balance, transactions, fees and statements
  • View and change the way your money is invested
  • Make once-off payments to your account.

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Track your employer contributions

The government requires your employer to pay 10.5% of what you earn into your super fund. This contribution is called the Super Guarantee (SG). You can view your employer contributions in your online account.

Update your insurance

Insurance is an important way you can provide for yourself and your family if something happens to you. Not all insurance through super is automatic. It’s a good idea to understand what insurance you need, and what you’re covered for.

You can change your insurance to make sure you have the right amount of cover to carry out your future plans. Updating your insurance to meet your needs is easy and can be done in a few simple steps.

Nominate a beneficiary

It’s important to make sure you nominate a beneficiary for your super if you die. Super isn’t automatically covered in your Will. Maintaining up-to-date beneficiary information means your super can be shared the way you intend, with less stress for the people closest to you.

Ways to grow your super

Your super account balance grows over time, but you can help build it faster so you can have more when you retire. Adding extra money to your super now could even reduce the amount of tax you pay, meaning more money for you.

One super account saves you money

You can grow your super faster by having one super account. If you have more than one super account, you could end up paying fees and insurance costs for accounts you don’t want.

Starting a new job?

When you start a new job, you can take your Aware Super account with you. You will need to give your new employer your Aware Super details so they can pay into your account.

Switch investment options

Your super is your money, and you can choose how you want your super invested. You can easily change your investment options at any time by logging in to your Aware Super online account.

You can choose to:

Get advice

We offer a range of advice options to suit your needs. Our team can answer questions about your account at no extra cost, over the phone or virtually.

Manage your account anytime, anywhere. All it takes is a few clicks.

Need help?

Our range of tools and calculators can help you get on your way to achieving your savings goals, set up a budget, check your insurance needs, and plan for retirement.

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Take advantage of simple financial advice over the phone, for answers to any questions about your Aware Super account.