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TWUSUPER - MEMBER NEWS UPDATE

24 Jul 2017

Annual statements available for TWUSUPER members by end of September 2017

Annual statements are due to be mailed and made available on Member Access by the end of September 2017. So now's a good time to check that the personal details we have recorded for you are correct and up-to-date, especially your email address. Update any of your details by phoning 1800 222 071 (8am – 8pm weekdays). To login to Member Access, go to twusuper.com.au/ma

Take control with Member Access

Member Access provides online access to your super account - just like internet banking. You can check your super balance, check that contributions have been made, switch investment options, update your preferred beneficiaries, check your insurance, update your contact details and more.

If you haven't registered for Member Access, you can register by visiting twusuper.com.au/register. You'll need your member number - check your most recent statement (or something else we've recently sent you, such as our email newsletter Super News for Members).

This information is of a general nature only and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Before acting on this information, you should consider its appropriateness having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs. A copy of TWUSUPER’s current Product Disclosure Statement should be obtained from us (by calling 1800 222 071 or visiting twusuper.com.au) and considered carefully before you make a decision in connection with TWUSUPER. TWU Nominees Pty Ltd ABN 67 002 835 412, AFSL 239163, is the trustee of TWUSUPER ABN 77 343 563 307 and the issuer of interests in it.

We can combine your super over the phone

By combining your super you'll save on multiple account fees - more money for retirement, and all in one place*. All you need to do is call TWUSUPER on 1800 222 071 between 8am and 8pm (AEST/AEDT) weekdays. We can even find super you may have lost or forgotten along the way.

* Before closing any of your existing super accounts you should check details such as your insurance entitlements and costs and any exit fees that may apply. You can transfer existing insurance cover to TWUSUPER without health checks (subject to conditions). You should do this before closing your other accounts and rolling your money into TWUSUPER.

This information is of a general nature only and does not take into account your objectives, financial situation or needs. Before acting on this information, you should consider its appropriateness having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs. A copy of TWUSUPER’s current Product Disclosure Statement should be obtained from us (by calling 1800 222 071 or visiting twusuper.com.au) and considered carefully before you make a decision in connection with TWUSUPER. TWU Nominees Pty Ltd ABN 67 002 835 412, AFSL 239163, is the trustee of TWUSUPER ABN 77 343 563 307 and the issuer of interests in it.



DID YOU KNOW?


  • Employers and the Government have never just handed out better conditions.Benefits like weekends, overtime, sick leave, holidays, pensions, RDOs, redundancy and ending child labour have all been fought for and won by union members.

  • Union workplaces are safer because people aren't afraid to speak up on safety issues. International studies show that union workplaces have an injury rate 24% lower than non-union workplaces.

  • Being a union member means you can rest easy without fears you will lose your job. If you are unfairly dismissed, our legal team will back you every step of the way.

  • Transport is the most dangerous industry in Australia. Union members have access to in-house training, allowing members to build safer and stronger workplaces.

  • Your concerns are never swept under the carpet on TWU sites. The union is your voice at work.

  • The union has an experienced in-house legal team together with access to leading law firm Andersons (Halfpennys in NT) to represent you in unfair dismissals, underpayments and WorkCover claims and more.

  • Union workplace agreements mean employer superannuation contributions well above the 9.5% Government rate - which could mean hundreds of thousands of dollars!

  • The TWU is a strong, active union, campaigning on local and national issues that matter to you: superannuation, Medicare, workplace safety, pay and many, many more.