Why choose a low fee super fund?

Super funds have different fees and costs, and together with performance, this makes a big difference.

Higher fees will generally eat into your hard-earned retirement savings - meaning less money for you to spend once you stop working.

Choosing a super fund with low fees today can give you more confidence about your financial security for your future.

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Profit for members
We work for members, not shareholders.

We don’t pay shareholders, which means we can give back profits to members as low fees and better services.

How low fees help your balance

Fees and costs can have a substantial impact on your super over the course of your working life.

For example, an increase in fees of just 0.5% can cost a typical full-time worker about 12% of their balance (or $100,000) by the time they reach retirement.1


Focused on low fees

We’re focused on charging members low fees for the products and services we provide, as we know the less you pay in fees on your super account the more savings you could have in retirement.

Annual fee cap

QSuper accounts have a cap of $875 per year on the administration fees and costs you pay. So we provide a rebate if you pay more than $875 across your Accumulation and Income account/s.

Read more about the fees that will apply to you.

Is a low cost super fund worth it?

Low fees are important to think about when choosing a super fund. But investment performance also matters.

We're focused on delivering long-term returns for our members. That's why we're honoured to have received SuperRatings' 15-year Platinum rating2 for our Balanced option.

15-year Platinum Performance

Our performance

Compare super funds

Use the Chant West AppleCheck comparison tool to easily compare super funds by both fees and benefits. Our super products are highly rated by Chant West and SuperRatings, along with so many other benefits


Note: Your privacy is important to us. Read our privacy policy for details on how we look after any personal information we receive.


1. Productivity Commission, 2018, Superannuation: Assessing Efficiency and Competitiveness , accessed 13 September 2021. Based on starting salary of $50,000 and average insurance premiums of $340.

2. Awards and ratings are subject to change and only one factor to be taken into account when deciding to invest. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. See our awards page for more details.