Formed in 1988 by the Queensland Hotels Association and United Voice (Qld branch), formerly known as the Liquor, Hospitality and Miscellaneous Union (Qld branch), Intrust Super has been delivering first-class service to employers and members across Australia for more than 25 years.
With approximately $1.7 billion in assets under management, we currently provide superannuation solutions to more than 126,000 members and 12,000 employers.
Specifically catering for the hospitality, tourism and retail sectors, we understand the unique environment you work in and have designed our products to suit everyone, whether you’re full-time, part-time or casual. In fact, we’re one of the only funds that offers income protection for casual employees, covering up to 90% of your wage if you’re unable to work due to injury or illness.
As a 100% Industry Super Fund, we don’t pay commissions to financial advisers or dividends to shareholders, which helps us keep our fees low. We’re proud to have been recognised by SuperRatings as a Platinum or ‘Best Value for Money’ fund, giving our members confidence that their superannuation is in good hands.
We are committed to listening to you. We have built a Blog as part of the Intrust EcoSystem to give you a direct voice on any subject. Whether its Superannuation related, retirement related, a favourite holiday/hotel destination or the Intrust Cup results, this is one of the ways we can communicate.
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Australian super funds may no longer be able to receive transfers from UK pensions, due to recent changes to the conditions of being a Qualified Recognised Overseas Pension Scheme (QROPS). In April 2015, the UK tax authority Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) stated that participating non-UK schemes must prohibit the...Comment
Online processing of payments and data will become compulsory for employers with more than 20 staff members (1 July 2016 for employers with less than 20). The legislation will prohibit the use of cheques and paper-based super contributions for all employers in order to improve data accuracy and record-keeping. If you need...Comment