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Award winning

We're thrilled to be recognised for the the value and options we continue to offer our members.. For a second year, Rest’s Balanced – Indexed investment option has been named "Best Value Super Product 2021” in Money magazine’s Best of the Best Awards.

Rest is the super fund that offers you low fees, competitive long-term performance and a range of investment and insurance options flexible enough to fit your changing needs. Plus, profits go back to our members, not shareholders.

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Our fees are lower than the industry average. See how they compare.

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Low fees means more money in your super

Rest is a profit to member super fund, (industry super fund) not a retail fund. Our members are our top priority, so profits go back to you, not to shareholders. This means more of your super stays where it belongs - in your super.

*Source: SuperRatings SMART Fee Report, April 2020. Rest’s Core Strategy, in the Rest Super product, is compared to the default investment option of superannuation funds tracked by SuperRatings. Fees are subject to change. Tax, other fees and costs may apply.

Annual admin and investment fees on $5,000 balance*

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Competitive long-term performance

To help you grow your money, we’re focused on long-term performance and diversification – a strategy designed to help reduce risk and improve your investment outcomes. Our Rest Core Strategy investment option has a track record of delivering competitive investment returns over the long term ** . We’re an open book – you can track Rest’s performance and compare returns for our investment products.


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Keep more of your money, with lower fees

The super fees you pay today can make a big difference to your tomorrow. As a profit to members industry super fund we make sure our profits go back to our members, not shareholders. Because our fee structure is designed to be simple and transparent, you always know exactly where you stand. And If your balance is less than $6,000, you won’t pay more than 3% of your account balance in fees each year of your account balance in fees each year (or the period until you left).


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More ways to invest in your future

It’s your money, and your retirement. With Rest, you can choose how to invest – with access to considered investment options designed to fit your risk comfort zone and future goals. And it’s easy to review and change your investment strategy at any time. Alongside our structured or build-your-own allocation options, we’ve also introduced three low-fee indexed investment options for simple, straightforward investing.


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Around 1.7 million Australians are building a brighter future with Rest


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Fees are current as at 28 November 2020 and are based on a $50,000 account balance invested in the Core Strategy.

**Superratings.com.au, Rest Super ‘15 Year Platinum Performance 2005-2020’, Rest Corporate ‘7 Year Platinum Performance 2013-2020'. Keep in mind that past performance is not an indicator of future performance.

^ Source: SuperRatings’ Fee Benchmarking Review. Fees are current as at 30 June 2020 and are based on a $50,000 account balance for Balanced (60-76) style options. The fees represent the average fees calculated using a sample set of 370 products comprising of MySuper and Choice products. The information used in compiling this report comes from sources considered reliable. It is not guaranteed to be accurate or complete.

# SuperRatings Fund Crediting Rate Survey – SR50 Balanced (60-76) Index, June 2020. Rest’s Core Strategy return and 10 year median return for the SR50 Balanced (60-76) Index to 30 June 2020 have been used. Returns are net of investment fees, tax and implicit asset-based administration fee. Explicit fees such as fixed dollar administration fees, exit fees, contribution fees and switching fees are excluded. Past performance is not an indication of future performance.