Switch whenever you like1

Member Online allows you to change your current investment mix, future contributions or where your Income account payments are taken from.

Change investments

No switching fees

Unlike some other super funds, QSuper doesn't charge any fees to switch between investment options or buy/sell fees.2

Complete online in around 2 minutes

Log in to Member Online and choose how you'd like your super invested.

Understand your investment options

Choosing the right investment option can make a big difference to your retirement lifestyle.

Your investment options

Find out about QSuper's investment options including risk levels, asset allocations, shareholdings and historical performance. View all investment options.

The basics of investing

It's a good idea to understand the basics of investing before you make a change to your investments. Read more.

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This switch of your current investment mix will in most cases be reflected on your account in two working days after we receive your application. Your balance will remain invested as is prior to the switch occurring. Switches submitted after 3pm (Queensland time) on a working day, or at any time on a non-working day, are considered to be received the next working day.

You will receive the unit price two working days after we receive your application. However, in the meantime please remember our unit prices (and therefore your account balance) reflects market movements and asset valuations from two working days prior. Future contribution preference changes take effect immediately.
You can cancel your investment switch request before 3pm (Queensland time) on the Brisbane working day we receive it, but not after that time. You can do this via your Request history in Member Online.
We've put together an Investment Choice Guide (pdf) to help you understand your investment choices.

Change your investments

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1. We do keep an eye on the number of switches you make, as too many can be detrimental for you, the Fund, and other members. If we notice this is happening, we do have the right to limit the number of switches you make. However we aren’t responsible for failing to impose a limit on the number of switches you make.
2. Does not apply to buying individual shares, ETFs and term deposits through Self Invest.