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Make informed, confident decisions and achieve your goals.
Professional guidance can give you the knowledge you need to make confident choices today - so you'll have the finances you need to live the life you want in the future.
QSuper members can access advice from QInvest about their super at no additional cost.1
Our QInvest advisers are qualified, knowledgeable, and experienced professionals, who have been proudly serving our members for over 25 years.
You can make a phone appointment for a time that suits you, and when you want to book, we're only a call or a few clicks away.
Make the most of your super, with professional guidance available over the phone.
Cost: No additional cost for QSuper members 1
Bookings can also be made by calling 1800 643 893.
If all your superannuation is with QSuper, we can help you plan your transition to retirement or how you will fund your life after work using an Income account. If you've already retired, review if you're on track.
An adviser can tell you about the most tax-effective way to add more to your super. As well as growing your super through regular contributions, you can get advice about one-off contributions, claiming a tax deduction, and using the First Home Super Saver Scheme.
How your super is invested can have a big impact on what you'll have in retirement. A financial adviser can help you select the right blend of QSuper investment options for you.
An adviser can recommend an appropriate level of QSuper death, total and permanent disability (TPD), and income protection cover.
Your QInvest financial adviser is just a call or a few clicks away.
If you need advice about your entire financial situation, including your money and investments outside of super, we can work with your preferred adviser. Use our authority form (pdf) to give them the authority to speak with us about your account.
For more information about how to choose your own adviser, you can visit the Financial Planning Association of Australia or visit MoneySmart for tips about working with an adviser.
Some financial advisers specialise in a certain area of financial or tax planning, so the Association of Financial Advisers suggests asking an adviser to name their area of expertise. ASIC’s MoneySmart website says once you have a short list of advisers, it's important to check their history, qualifications, and employment status before approaching them about getting advice.
You may want to ask how the adviser charges for their services, and whether there are ongoing service fees for regular reviews of your plan. You can also ask for a full list of which financial institutions the adviser has a financial relationship with, or whether they earn commissions for recommending certain products.
MoneySmart recommends asking the adviser to explain anything you don't understand. If you don't feel comfortable with an adviser, it's unlikely you'll feel comfortable following their advice.
QSuper members can access over-the-phone advice at no additional cost.1
1. QInvest Limited (ABN 35 063 511 580, AFSL 238274) is a separate legal entity responsible for the financial services it provides. Eligibility conditions apply. Refer to the Financial Services Guide (pdf) for more information.