We’re a ‘profit to members’ fund so we only charge fees to cover costs, not to make a profit to pay shareholder dividends.

While we work hard to keep our costs low, we’re driven by providing quality services, relevant choices and strong results – not by being the cheapest - because we know that when it comes to our members’ super it’s the overall benefit that counts.

The result? Over 15 years to 30 June 2018, our Balanced option returned over $70,000 more than the average of all surveyed retail funds and outperformed the average of all surveyed industry funds by over $24,000.

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Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Comparisons modelled by SuperRatings as at 30 June 2018, commissioned by CareSuper. Assumes a starting balance of $50,000 and initial salary of $50,000 and considers historical earnings and fees – excluding contributions, entry, exit and adviser fees. Compares the average difference in net benefit performance of CareSuper’s Balanced option and the balanced options of up to 166 funds tracked by SuperRatings, including 45 funds with a 15-year performance history. Outcomes vary between funds. See caresuper.com.au/assumptions for more details about modelling calculations and assumptions. This information is general advice only. You should consider your investment objectives, financial situation and needs and read the product disclosure statement before making an investment decision.

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