Take control of your super by choosing an investment mix to suit you from our range of options. Alternatively, our expert investment team has designed a Growth (MySuper) option with a mix of shares, cash, bonds and property managed by local and international investment managers. It’s suitable if you have a medium-term investment time frame, or simply don’t want to make a choice.
You don’t open a new bank account when you change jobs, so why open a new super account? Take your Kinetic Super account with you and skip the extra paperwork and fees that can come with that can come with having multiple funds.
If you’ve changed name, address or job, there’s a good chance your money is split across several super accounts, or held by the ATO waiting to be claimed. There’s billions of lost super in Australia, and some of it might be yours.
If you have multiple super accounts, you’re probably paying fees and insurance premiums for each one. It can really add up and eat into your savings. By combining your super into your Kinetic Super account (also called ‘consolidating’ or ‘rolling over’) you may be able to save much more.
All you need to do is give us your tax file number and permission, then we’ll search for any lost or other super in your name and let you know what we find. We can also help you combine it into your Kinetic Super account.
It’s good to know you’d be covered if the unexpected should happen. We offer a range of flexible insurance options to support you in case of serious illness or injury, and to take care of your loved ones if you died.
Your insurance premium depends on the type of work you do, so it’s worth checking you’ve got the right cover and getting the most value for money.
Making extra payments into your super account can be a smart way to invest in your future. Super is one of the most tax-effective ways to save, and with the power of compound interest and a long investment period, even a small amount now can significantly increase the money you have down the track.
Every year we'll send you a detailed summary of your super account, including how your investment options have performed, your transactions, insurance cover and any fees, insurance premiums and taxes paid.