Whether you want to read more about superannuation, get advice
from a financial adviser, or make a complaint, there are many sources
of help available.
Some useful sources of information right at your fingertips include:
For insights into key superannuation topics as well as access to
the SuperSeeker facility to find lost super.
For information on the changes to superannuation designed to make
it simpler, including changes that took effect on 1 July 2007 and
those that take effect from 20 September 2007. Or call the helpline
on 13 10 20.
A comprehensive guide to choice of superannuation fund.
For money basics and a life stages approach to understanding money.
Whether you're buying a mobile phone, having children, have lost
a partner, received a windfall or are about to retire, this website
provides useful tips.
ASICís FIDO website provides 'financial tips and safety checks'
and information about financial matters, including superannuation.
Or call the infoline on 1300 300 630.
The Centrelink Financial Information Service provides information
about government payments and information services.
The National Information Centre on Retirement Investments is a free,
independent, confidential service, which aims to improve the level
and quality of investment information provided to people with modest
savings who are investing for retirement or facing redundancy.