Useful sites

​​Want more information on super or pensions? The below sites provide general information and tools to help all Australians live a comfortable lifestyle in retirement.

Please note that some information provided by these sites may not apply to defined benefit schemes. Contact us on 1800 622 631 if you have any questions.

Australian Taxation Office

Of particular interest may be the information on the taxation of super benefits and the super co-contribution.


MoneySmart is an initiative of the Australian Securities & Investments Commission. It offers tips and tools to help you make the most of your money including super.

Super Guru

Super Guru is an independent website that helps you understand and maximise your super. It is a site for Australians of all ages and stages of their life, whether they're studying, working, have kids or retiring.


SuperRatings aim is to drive better outcomes for members through the provision of insightful research, consulting and analysis​.

Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC)

​Many Australians may not be aware of the risks we face in cyberspace – but the good news is that you can take simple steps to better protect your personal and financial information online. The ACSC website provides easy to understand tips and te​chniques for you to stay secure when working, socialising, banking, shopping or just browsing online.

Elder Abuse Action Australia (EAAA) (Compass)

​Compass appreciates that the abuse of older people is a complex issue. Knowing which way to turn for help starts by defining what elder abuse is and learning to recognise its signs. This site has information and resources available for older Australians and the broader community. 

​Tasmanian Association of State Superannuants

The Tasmanian Association of State Superannuants Inc. (TASS) is a voluntary member based organisation, that advocates for Retirement Benefits Fund (RBF) Life Pensioners and their partners, and seeks to protect and enhance their fi​​​nancial security.

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