Compare our MySuper product
Find out what your super balance could be
When it comes to fees and investment returns, it’s the full picture that matters.*
Find out if you could benefit over the long term with CareSuper’s MySuper Balanced option by using this handy comparison tool.
MySuper is a government initiative that provides low-cost and simple super solutions for employers to choose as their default product for employees. MySuper options have basic features and simple fee structures, making comparing various super funds easier.
CareSuper’s Balanced option is our MySuper (default) product. It invests in a diversified mix of assets with an emphasis on Australian and overseas shares, property and alternatives, and is designed to provide strong, long-term net benefits to members.
Find out more about the return targets, investment risk level and annual fees and costs for this option by heading to the MySuper product dashboard.
Our Balanced option has been recognised by independent industry experts as a top-rated investment option — we’re proud of how we compare to other funds.
See how CareSuper’s Balanced (MySuper) option compares against the industry fund average and the retail fund average, get links to calculators and comparison tools, and more at How we compare page.
Our Balanced (MySuper) option is where your super will automatically be invested if you don’t make an investment choice. It invests in a diversified mix of assets with an emphasis on Australian and overseas shares, property and alternatives, and is designed to provide strong, long-term net benefits to members.
However, no two members are the same. We provide you with a total of 12 investment options each with different targets for returns and levels of investment risk, plus a Direct Investment option. This variety lets you mix and match your investments to suit your own goals.
To learn more about investing your super, see our Investments page.
* Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance and you should consider other factors before choosing a fund or changing your investments