Customer Q&A- Learn about how much is enough
A helpful short video discussing how much superannuation is enough to comfortably retire with. This video includes directions to useful monetary tools to help customers plan for their retirement.
CPI and your pension
Hear from Peter Jamieson, our Chief Customer Officer, with update about your pension and how the latest CPI figures impact you.
How Much is Enough?
Have you ever wondered what your retirement will look like? What will you do with all that spare time? How much money might you need to fund your lifestyle? We’ve put together a short video to help you work it all out.
MSBS - COVID-19 Early Release
Due to COVID-19, the government has allowed those financially impacted by the pandemic to apply for early release for part of their superannuation. Edison outlines the steps for applying as an MSBS member.
MSBS - Making Additional Contributions and Limits
This video will show you the various ways you can contribute to MilitarySuper as well as the caps, restrictions or provisions that may apply.
MSBS - How Your Benefits are Calculated
For contributing MSBS members: It's never too early or too late to start learning the basics of how the Employer Benefit is calculated.
MSBS - Your Investment Options
Watch this video to learn which parts of MSBS are invested including your investment options and considerations you have through MSBS.
MSBS - Death Benefits and Entitlements
It's important to know what happens to your super when you pass away. We'll give you an overview of what MSBS benefits may be available for your dependents.
MSBS - Maximum Benefit Limits - MBL’s
If you've been contributing to MSBS for a long time, or expect to be contributing for many years to come, watch this video to learn about the MSBS Maximum Benefit Limits (MBL's) and the options you have when you reach them.
MSBS - Understanding Tax Applied to Your Benefits
Tax on MSBS benefits can be complex, so watch this video to see some examples of how this might work. We'll work through examples of claiming both a MSBS Pension and a Cash Lump Sum.