Having a ‘job for life’ is mostly a thing of the past. Many Australians will change jobs a number of times during their career, and in doing so, may end up with multiple super funds.
How investment market volatility affects your super
Most working Australians are investors in the share market through their super. Find out how investment / share-market volatility affect your super with AMP.
Stock market movements and your superannuation
Lakshman Anantakrishnan, Chief Investment Officer of AMP Australia discusses considerations during market downturns
Super investment options
Choosing the right super investment options at the right time could make a difference to how much money you have when you retire. Find out more with AMP.
Time to find your lost super
Australians tracked down $860 million in lost super in just three months—are you interested in doing the same? Find out more with AMP
Take control of your super
Want to make the most of your super? Here are eight steps on how to take control of your super, check your super balance and get it sorted to make sure your retirement savings are on track.
What happens to my super when I move overseas?
If you're leaving Australia, what you can do with your super will depend on whether you're a temporary or permanent resident. Find out more with AMP.
8 Ways to Boost Your Super
With a large gap between how much money people think they need and what they actually need, we look at ways you could increase your super, so you can hopefully have more savings in retirement.
Nominate a Beneficiary: Learn Why it is so Important
As super is not generally covered wills, it’s important to nominate beneficiaries to receive your super and insurance benefit in the event of your death. Find out more with AMP.