State Super Scheme
Seminars - Make the most of your super
Ensuring you’re on track with your superannuation savings will help you enjoy the lifestyle you want in retirement.
Find out how you can maximise your super.
State Super seminars are presented by qualified financial planners from State Super Financial Services (SSFS) who can help you plan for the future.Important information about State Super seminars and SSFS. Book a seminar
Your SSS scheme: important information
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 SSS superannuation. There are two easy ways to get the answers to your questions...
What happens to your pension?
Would your spouse or de facto partner be entitled to a reversionary pension if you died? It’s an important question – one that you should address in your financial planning because it could have a significant effect on your family in the long term. You can find many of the answers to your questions in the 2013 Pension newsletter. Just look for the article called ‘Important information for you and your family'.
Your pension – how to stay informed
Your SSS pension is designed to help you enjoy a comfortable retirement. To help you make the most of your pension, State Super has produced a comprehensive Pension newsletter which was issued with your annual CPI mailing. A copy of the Pension newsletter is also available online.
Investment strategy review changes01 July 2015 STC has completed its annual review of the investment strategy for the Pooled Fund... Find out more 20150701
The NSW Government’s Amalgamation Project01 June 2015 The Board of State Super has resolved to appoint TCorp as an outsourced service provider of certain funds management activities in relation to DB assets...READ MORE 20150601
Federal Budget update 201514 May 2015 Find out what the federal Budget means for your super and retirement...READ MORE 20150514
State Super Chairman steps down31 March 2015 State Super today announced that Michael Carapiet has decided to step down as member and Chairperson on the Trustee Board... READ MORE 20150331