You've probably seen the news that the Queensland Parliament has passed legislation giving Queensland Government employees' choice of super fund and, excitingly, allowing anyone to apply to join QSuper.
On 1 January the Government is making changes to the asset test used to calculate Age Pension entitlements. How will you be affected?
QSuper wins SuperRatings fund of the year for second year in a row.
The Government has announced some changes to the super reforms that were originally outlined in the 2016 Federal Budget in May. Here’s a brief overview of the changes they have made.
year your annual statement gives you a quick and easy snapshot of where your
super’s at – and this year’s no different.
QSuper is proud to partner with Money Magazine to promote Super Booster Day on Thursday 15 September 2016. Super Booster Day is about getting more Australians thinking about the difference they can make to their future by putting a little more into super each pay.
QSuper has once again delivered for our members by being named Australia’s top-performing super fund by leading independent consultancy Chant West.
While volatility has reduced at the margin, high levels of uncertainty remain – particularly in the UK. In light of this, we have implemented a number of investment decisions both preceding and following the vote.
Britain has voted to leave the European Union in an historic referendum causing volatility in global financial markets and the British pound to fall to its lowest level since 1985.
You may have heard a recent announcement that the Queensland Government is considering using some of the surplus in the Defined Benefit Scheme (which is managed by the Queensland Investment Corporation on behalf of the Queensland Government) to reduce state debt and invest in infrastructure.