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26 March 2021

APSS in merger talks with Sunsuper

At the APSS, we are committed to delivering value for our members and have a long and proud tradition of doing just that.

Over the past several months, we have been exploring ways to create an even stronger, more sustainable foundation for you to build and live a secure and comfortable retirement, while continuing to safeguard your APSS benefits.

That has led us to enter into discussions with one of Australia’s largest and fastest-growing superannuation funds, Sunsuper, about a potential merger. 

Our aim with this proposed merger is to ensure that as a member, you will have a wider range of investment choices, services and advice to help you achieve your best retirement outcomes.  

You can read more, including frequently asked questions (FAQs) at  https://www.apss.com.au/powering-your-super/Opens in new window  

19 March 2021

Do we have your current contact details?

You may receive a call from us on a private line over the coming week about updating your contact details. Having your up-to-date contact details helps ensure we can send your communications electronically without delay, and that mailed out information reaches the right postal address. Don’t be concerned if you receive such a call.
 
You are not required to provide this information over the phone call. If you prefer, you can call us back on 1300 360 373 to provide your details. Or you can update the details yourself – just loginOpens in new window into your account and navigate to the Member menu, then click ‘personal details’ then ‘Update’.

However, if you do agree to update your details during the phone call, you will first be asked to validate your identity against our records. Once we have established your identity, we will ask you for your current contact details and we will update your member record. 
 
Your personal information is kept private. Please visit our PrivacyOpens in new window page for more information. 

29 January 2021

Take control of your super in 2021

For all the challenges that 2020 threw at us, all of the APSS member savings investment options ended the year with small but positive returns. Meanwhile, for employee members with defined benefits, they continued to grow in line with a formula that is not affected by financial market performance. For many in our community, the events of 2020 had a more lasting financial impact. Loss of income or work insecurity led to some of our members drawing money from their super under the Federal Government’s COVID-19 early release scheme. Others opted to switch their super into lower-risk investment options after the share markets fell sharply in March and may have missed out on the subsequent recovery. In the latest edition of Insight, your quarterly member newsletter, we offer some ways to take control of your super in 2021, especially if it has taken a backward step in the past year. We also provide the usual investment round up, including a summary of investment returns in the three months to 31 December 2021. Read moreOpens in new window

11 January 2021

Happy New Year

Wishing all our members and their families a happy, safe and secure 2021. Contact usOpens in new window if you need help understanding your APSS super or want to discuss your super planning within the APSS for the year ahead. Please note that we are not permitted to provide you with personal financial advice. If you're looking for personal financial advice, we suggest you start by reading the information about choosing a financial adviserOpens in new window on ASICs MoneysmartOpens in new window website.