• Me bank

    Me bank

    A low cost banking

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  • Our people,  our Vision

    Our people,
    our Vision

    We're meeting our
    members and
    sharing their

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  • Climate  Action 100+

    Action 100+

    We're proud to be one of the global investors
    engaging the world’s largest emitting
    companies to act on climate change.

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  • A better insurance experience for you

    A better insurance
    experience for you

    From 1 January 2018, your insurance with us
    is moving to MLC Life Insurance, with premiums
    locked in for the next three years.

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  • How to be a  super woman

    How to be a
    super woman

    Vision Super member, Melinda
    tells us how she is taking
    control of her financial future.

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Update 23 March 2020

As the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread through the Australian community, Vision Super’s priority is the health and safety of our staff, members, employers and the community with whom we have contact.

Despite the 30 September 2019 deadline, as of October 1st 2019 the ATO is still waiting on 49% of small employers to start sending wage information via an approved Single Touch Payroll (STP) solution, according to the Sydney Morning Herald1.

One way you can help your employees to feel more financially secure is to make sure you keep us updated when your employees change employment status, so they get the insurance cover they’re entitled to. People who know they’re covered if life takes a turn for the worse feel more confident in their financial situation.

If you were lucky enough to be employed through local government or water authorities before 1994 you may have a Vision Super Defined Benefit (DB) account. A DB account is very different to the accumulation accounts we see today in that your retirement balance is formulated based on an equation, rather than investment returns.

Vision Super member Rod and his wife Deb, share their journey through working life towards retirement with the help of Vision Super. Here is their story.

I often tell people that although the details of superannuation can be complex, at its core it’s really quite simple: it’s about delivering strong risk-adjusted returns for members, while keeping fees low.

Looking back, overall 2019 shaped up to be a very good year for equities and debt. While 2018 had a few bumps along the way and ended with a few negative returns, 2019 has seen the markets largely bounce back.

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