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Independent research from Roy Morgan has found many financial advisers are pushing in-house products, and recommending retail super funds to their clients. 

 But industry funds like Vision Super have consistently outperformed retail funds in almost every time period during the past 15 years – why are some advisers not acting in their clients’ best interests? 

It’s hard to say for sure, but the financial advisers who work for banks and their retail funds generally get paid commissions and bonuses for recommending particular products.

Vision Super financial advisers are different. Our advisers are members of the fund, and they’re never paid commissions or bonuses – so you can always be sure if they’re recommending something, it’s because it’s in your best interests, not because they’re getting a kickback. This is why we guarantee that Vision Super financial advisers will always act in your best interests. That’s a guarantee a lot of advisers can’t match.

General help and one-off advice about your Vision Super account are free. For more complex advice, your first meeting is free and we’ll always discuss the fee with you up front before you decide to go ahead.

Research shows people who get advice are almost $100,000 better off at retirement than those who don’t.[1] Get advice you can trust. Book an appointment today.


[1]KPMG ECONTECH research commissioned by the Financial Services Council (FSC), Value Proposition of Financial Advisory Networks, January 2011.

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