The Rollit platform contains unbiased, inside information on the fees and performance of every super fund open to new members. We don't receive any fees or payments from these funds. We exist to help you find a great superannuation investment.
The SUPER FUND section is where you compare your current fund against every other fund in Australia. If you're not happy with your fund's performance, you can simply push a button to join a new fund and switch.
But does it really make a difference?
Yes! Your choice of super fund is one of the most important financial decisions of your life. Despite their marketing, super funds are not your mate, and you are not a member of any super fund community. They provide a financial product just like banks and insurance companies.
Your super fund matters
If your super is invested in an under-performing super fund, the Productivity Commission estimate that it could cost you 13 years of salary. For example, a new workforce entrant earning $50,000 a year stands to lose $635,000 or 53% of their savings over their working life. Your choice of super fund matters.
Make a choice for your future
Super is your money that super funds invest on your behalf in shares and other assets such as property, infrastructure, bonds and term deposits. You need to maximise this money to ensure you live with dignity when you decide to stop working and retire.
Changing is easier than ever
With Rollit it is easier than ever to compare and make a change. So what are you waiting for?
Want to know more?
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- Comparing super funds
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General advice disclaimer
This is general information only and does not take into account your personal objectives, financial situation or needs. You should assess whether the information is appropriate for you having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs and consider obtaining independent professional advice before making an investment decision. If information relates to a specific financial product you should obtain a copy of the product disclosure statement for that product and consider that statement before make a decision whether to acquire the product.