State Authorities Super Scheme
Enjoying the best possible lifestyle in retirement is all about the earlier decisions you make about your superannuation. We know that superannuation and financial planning can be difficult to understand. By attending a seminar these complex rules will be explained simply, so you can learn more about your super benefit, how it works, your options and how you can get the most benefit from your membership.
Your SASS scheme: important information
Maximising your employer-financed benefit
By contributing more personal contributions to your SASS account (up to an annual limit of 9% of your annual salary) you can increase the employer-financed component of your final benefit. The amount of personal contributions you make are ‘matched’ to the employer-financed benefit you receive (up to a limit) on retirement...
Is your investment strategy still meeting your needs?
The investment strategy you choose can make a big difference to the amount of super you will have in retirement. When assessing which strategy is most suitable for your circumstances, there are a number of factors you should consider...
Will changing work arrangements affect your superannuation?
Are your work arrangements changing? If so, it makes sense to find out how those changes affect your SASS superannuation. There are two easy ways to get the answers to your questions...
University Superannuation Liabilities26 June 2014 In the 2014-15 Budget, the Commonwealth Government stated that it will resume making payments under the Higher Education Superannuation Programme to eligible universities, subject to agreement with the NSW Government, to meet the Commonwealth's share of universit… 20140626
Keeping your SASS super on track2013 When it comes to how your SASS member‑financed benefit is invested, it’s easy to overlook the importance of regularly reviewing your investment choice. While the investment decision you made a few years ago may have been appropriate for you at the time, you shou… 2013
Keeping your deferred SASS benefit on track2013 Taking the time to regularly review your investment strategy can help you stay on track to achieving your lifestyle and financial goals for retirement. 2013