Intrust Super’s SuperCents helps you invest spare change from everyday transactions into your super account. With SuperCents, you can start growing your retirement savings without even having to think about it. It’s simple. And it makes sense!
What is SuperCents?
SuperCents is an app that rounds-up your everyday transactions and deposits the difference directly into your super account*#.
Whenever you buy something, like lunch, coffee or your groceries, your purchase amount will be rounded up and the extra money put aside to be transferred to your super account. After a few months, these small, regular transactions could really start to add up. This means you’ll have made a potentially significant contribution to your super without even realising it!
With SuperCents, the small change you save now could add up to thousands of dollars more in retirement.
How SuperCents works
Make sure you’re registered for MemberAccess
This is your online account access to your Intrust Super account.
Log in via the app
Log in to view your super balance. Then, when you’re ready, the app will guide you
through linking up your transaction account and your preferred method of rounding up.
How to set up SuperCents
To learn more, call us on 132 467. We’re at your service.
* Use of the app will incur a non-refundable fee to the value of $1.10 (incl GST) per month, charged upon activation of the app and at the beginning of each calendar month thereafter. This amount will be automatically deducted from your Funding Account.
# It’s important to note that contributions (concessional and non-concessional) are capped on an annual basis by the Australian Taxation Office. You should keep an eye on your contributions throughout the year to make sure you do not exceed any caps.
Please note, as investment markets move up and down over time it's important to remember that past performance is no indication of future returns. The above is intended as general advice only and does not take into account your individual situation, objectives or needs. Please consider if general advice is appropriate for you or contact us to speak to one of our financial advisers.