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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
10 Ways to Boost Your Super
Check out what you could do while you’re still earning an income and have time on your side, noting not everyone will be eligible for the government’s Age Pension when they retire.
11 things everyone should know about their super
If you want to know more about how your super balance compares, where your money’s invested, or who’ll get your super if you pass away, this list is for you.