SelectingSuper Comparative Report Card


The SelectingSuper Report Cards are designed specifically for individual members of superannuaiton and retirement products. Employers, superannuation funds, financial advisers, etc should contact us about our other consulting services.

Want to compare two super funds? Don't know where to start? Let SelectingSuper do a side-by-side comparison for you.

Ideal if you've moved jobs, need to nominate a new super fund for your employer paid contributions, or maybe you're just looking around for a superannuation tune-up.

How can I choose which superannuation providers to compare?
You can either browse super providers through the SelectingSuper profiles which cover over 520 Workplace Super, Personal Super and Retriement products or you can nominate other superannuation prodivers that you want to compare.

What's in the Comparative Report Card?
A side-by side comparison of:

  • Investment Performance: Investment option performance over 1, 3, 5, 7 and 10 years.
  • Investment Option Menu: How many investment option choices are offered and what type are they.
  • Fees and Charges: How much are you being charged in dollar and percentage terms.
  • Insurance: Which super provider offers the best value for money life insurance deal.
  • Extra Benefits and Services: What each provider offers you.

HOW TO ORDER

The SelectingSuper Comparative Report Card is available for only $69 (incl. GST). You can order your report card here.

Please allow 10 working days for delivery. Please note that our website does not have additional security measures.

Also, if you ask us to compare super funds that are poor at providing information we may need you to help us help you. This may mean we'll ask you to provide copies of your member booklet or other similar information. If this applies to you then your Report Card may take a little longer. We'll keep you informed along the way though. Of course, quality funds are not secretive about their information and if your fund is one of these poor information providers then its not a good sign.

Our Commitment to Privacy
Rainmaker Information Pty Ltd recognises that in order to produce your SelectingSuper Report Card we may need to gather some private information about you. Once received, any personal information that you submit is held with the strictest confidence. This website does not contain additional security measures. Rainmaker Information Pty Ltd uses and implements industry standards for the security and protection of information collected from its users. This information is securely stored and access is restricted to authorised Rainmaker personnel only, ensuring that your personal information is protected and safeguarded. The information you submit to Rainmaker Information Pty Ltd is used only for the purposes stipulated at the time the information is collected. Rainmaker Information Pty Ltd is required by law not to reveal, disclose, sell, distribute, rent, licence, share or pass on to any third parties, any personal information unless we have your express consent to do so.

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