Workplace Super Top 10 Fees


Best fee deals for Workplace Super products used by employers

This table describes the best overall fees payable, where overall fees are calculated for a member earning $50,000 p.a. with $50,000 in the default investment option.

Rank Product Name Segment Can anyone join? Total Expense Ratio
TER % TER $
1 Australia Post Superannuation Scheme Government No 0.05% $26
2 Shell Australia Superannuation Fund Corporate No 0.39% $203
3 State Super (NSW) Government No 0.43% $222
4 ANZ Australian Staff Superannuation Corporate No 0.44% $228
5 Rio Tinto Staff Superannuation Fund Corporate No 0.52% $270
6 Holden Employees Super Fund Corporate No 0.53% $275
7 CBA Group Super - Accumulate Plus Corporate No 0.57% $294
8 SA Ambulance Service Super Government No 0.60% $311
9 First State Superannuation Scheme Industry Yes 0.60% $312
10 Meat Industry Employees' Super Fund Industry No 0.61% $317
     
  Note these Workplace Super products are the lowest fee products used by employers, whether public or private sector. Not all employers can join all these products, i.e. some are restricted to only selected employers. To avoid these restrictions, employers should look for products that are public offer, where anyone can join.

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This table represents the Top 10 out of 152 Workplace Super products, covering all market segments.

This table was last updated in June 2013.

     
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