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Woman reading letter When to expect your annual statement

Dates to expect your QSuper statement

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Beth Mohle Why it’s important to celebrate our nurses and midwives

Nurses and midwives help our communities stay well and care for people at their most vulnerable. Here’s why they need celebrating.

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Woman using computer Super Guarantee rises to 10.5%

Your compulsory super payments from your employer will rise from 1 July 2022.

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banner Budgeting for a post pandemic and pre-election world

The economic views of Australian Retirement Trust Chief Economist, Brian Parker.

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Banner Successful ways to recruit and retain more women in 2022

In an ever-changing work environment, employers may need to rethink old ways of hiring and retaining talent.

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IWD Women and leadership - how to become an outstanding leader

International Women’s Day 2022 again highlights the need to break the bias and promote greater gender equality in both work and life.

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Russia Australian Retirement Trust response to Russia-Ukraine crisis

Find out how Australian Retirement Trust has reacted to the escalating Russia - Ukraine crisis and what it means for your investments.

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headshot Celebrating International Women’s Day: Achieving women’s safety and equality in the workplace

Minister for Women Shannon Fentiman discusses the challenges women face in the workplace and how we can move forward to create positive change.

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Anne Fuchs Meet Anne Fuchs, Australian Retirement Trust Head of Advice

Spend 5 minutes with Australian Retirement Trust Head of Advice, Anne Fuchs.

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banner QSuper now part of Australian Retirement Trust

QSuper and Sunsuper have officially merged to create one of Australia’s largest super funds. The merger sees QSuper continue as part of Australian Retirement Trust, dedicated to looking after the superannuation of Queensland Government employees, existing account holders and their families.

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