Fees and charges

Low fees means more money to enjoy in your retirement.

The net amount you will pay is a low
$1.50 weekly administration fee.

When comparing super funds, it is important to consider fees and investment returns, as they could have a big impact on your final investment balance when you retire. Fortunately, we have a long history of strong returns and low fees.

The table below outlines costs that may apply when investing with us.

Type of fee or costAmount 1  

Administration fee
Deducted from your account balance every three months or on a pro-rata basis when you close your account.

TTR Pension $1.50 per week
($1.76 gross of tax)

Retirement Pension $1.50 per week

Entry/establishment fee
The fee to open your account.
Withdrawal/termination fee
The fee on each amount you take out of your investment.
Contribution/transfer-in fee
The fee on each amount contributed to your account by you, your employer or a rollover from another fund.
Switching fee Nil
Investment fee
The fees and costs for managing your investment. They are deducted from the gross earnings of the fund (not your account).
The investment fee varies according to your investment choice.
Activity fees for payments
Deducted from your account at the time of payment.
$120     Family law split fee2
$26.40  Family law enquiry fee3
Advice fee Our qualified representatives can generally provide simple advice relating to super and pensions free of charge.
For more complex matters, or for non-super related advice, we are required by law to charge. This will generally be up to $120 per hour. Any fees charged will first be agreed upon with you before any work commences.

All fee calculations are inclusive of GST.
This figure is split between the two parties, with each paying $60.
Charged to the non-member spouse for a request for information under the Family Law Act by the Trustee company outside the fund.

You may also be charged other service fees or special request fees for specific services, for example, insurance premiums if applicable.