MySuper dashboard – at age 52
Your super will automatically be invested using our default strategy. If you are 52 years of age, 1/3 of your super will be invested in the Growth Plus option, and 2/3 will be invested in the Balanced Growth option. Find out more about our default investment strategy.
Return (see notes)1
10-year average return of 8.70% per year as at 30 June 2021.
Return target for 2022-2031 of 2.33% per year above inflation, after fees and taxes. Future returns cannot be guaranteed.
Comparison between return target and return
Note: The return targets over 10 financial years in the chart above are based on the previous return target of CPI + 3.91% for periods up to 30 June 2021.
Past performance is not necessarily an indication of future returns. Find out more about our default investment strategy.
Level of investment risk
Likelihood of negative returns occurring 4.7 years in a 20 year period.
The higher the expected return target, the more often you would expect a year of negative returns.
Statement of fees and other costs
$576.94 per year for a member with a $50,000 balance.
It is important to understand that the amount shown for “fees and other costs” is an estimate only for a member with a $50,000 balance. The measure will be a base-level tool for consumers to compare the level of fees and other costs between different MySuper products. Please refer to the Fees and other costs document published on our website for more information on fees and costs.
The presentation of this dashboard follows regulatory requirements. The following note may be useful.
- We implemented a new MySuper investment strategy on 1 November 2017, which replaced the previous default with four separate strategies depending on a member’s age. For members at age 52, the strategy from that date on is a mix of 1/3 of the Growth Plus option (until 30 June 2021 known as the Aggressive (MySuper) option) and 2/3 of the Balanced Growth option (until 30 June 2021 known as the Balanced (MySuper) option). The financial year and ten-year average returns are shown as a mix of those two options over all time periods. One- and 10-year returns are slightly different to what is shown elsewhere, as the dashboard returns must be calculated for a member with a $50,000 balance net of investment and administration fees, indirect costs and taxes.