What Type Of Fund Is ANZ Smart Choice Super?

Is Catholic Super a good fund?

Catholic Super, a member owned fund, has snared a top customer satisfaction award just weeks after winning first place for financial performance.

The fund has been ranked number one in the Roy Morgan 2018 Customer Satisfaction Award for Industry Superannuation Fund of The Year..

What is ANZ Smart Choice Super?

ANZ Smart Choice Super is a flexible low-cost super fund with smart Lifestage investments and insurance features that automatically adjust with you as you age. Super. Easy.

How much super Should I have 50?

Here’s what super balance you should be aiming for based on your age….How much super you should have at your age.25 years old$24,00045 years old$207,00050 years old$271,00055 years old$345,00060 years old$430,0004 more rows

What are the top 10 super funds in Australia?

Best and worst performing growth super fundsUnisuper – Sustainable Balanced. 7.5% … Australian Super – Balanced. 7.4% … Macquarie – Macquarie OneChoice. 7.3% … Unisuper – Balanced. 7.3% … AON – smartMonday MySuper – Age 45. 7.0% … IOOF – MultiMix Balanced Growth. 6.8% … Fiducian – Balanced Fund. 6.6% … Future Super – Balanced Impact. 6.6%More items…•

What is Australian Super USI?

AustralianSuper USI Number (Unique Superannuation Identifier) AustralianSuper USI Number: STA0100AU.

Is ANZ Smart Choice Super a SMSF?

SMSF funds are not regulated by APRA, they’re regulated by the ATO, therefore they’re not issued with an SFN. The ANZ Smart Choice Super superannuation fund has a MySuper product under the name “ANZ Smart Choice Super”. The MySuper Product number for ANZ Smart Choice Super is 53789980697928.

What is the USI for ANZ Smart Choice Super?

Search results – fund products 10ABNUSIName61 808 189 263MMF2076AUANZ Smart Choice Super61 808 189 263MMF2077AUANZ Smart Choice Pension61 808 189 26361808189263002ANZ Traditional61 808 189 26361808189263006ANZ Cloas Heritage10 more rows

Can I retire at 60 with 500k?

Yes, You Can Retire on $500k With retirement income, relatively low spending, and some good fortune, this is feasible. If you have two people in your household receiving Social Security or pension income, it’s even easier. Clearly, more money results in more security and more options.

How much super Should I have by age 40?

How does your super compare?AgeAverage balance – menAverage balance – women40-44$134,992$98,57245-49$182,146$127,68750-54$242,007$159,18855-59$311,163$207,2546 more rows

Is OnePath owned by ANZ?

OnePath Funds Management is currently a wholly owned subsidiary of Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited ABN 11 005 357 522 (ANZ). ANZ is an authorised deposit taking institution (Bank) under the Banking Act 1959 (Cth). Although OnePath Funds Management is currently owned by ANZ, it is not a Bank.

Which super fund has the best returns?

Best performing super fundsFundInvestment option5 yr return (% per yr)CbusGrowth (Cbus MySuper)5.6%HostplusBalanced5.5%Mercy SuperMySuper Balanced5.5%QSuperBalanced5.4%17 more rows

Is ANZ Super APRA?

ANZ Smart Choice Super is a part of Retirement Portfolio Service ABN 61 808 189 263 which is a complying superannuation fund and a resident regulated superannuation fund within the meaning of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993.

How do I find my ANZ Smart Choice Super membership number?

Log in to ANZ Internet Banking and click on your ANZ Smart Choice Super account. If ANZ has searched and found other super accounts disclaimer under your name and Tax File Number, these will be listed.

What’s the best super fund in Australia?

Find and compare the best Australian super fundsProductPast 5-year returnAdmin feeVicSuper Growth (MySuper)7.42%$78Australian Ethical Retail Superannuation Fund – Personal Balanced7.12%$97AustralianSuper8.44%$138MTAA MySuper6.99%$7816 more rows

How much super does the average Australian retire with?

ASFA estimates the average superannuation balance required to achieve a comfortable retirement would be $640,000 for couples and $545,000 for singles, assuming you withdrew your super as a lump sum and receive a part Age Pension.