VicSuper administers the superannuation of DEECD employees who have been employed since 1994 and those who have chosen to become members of VicSuper's public offer benefit plans.
Antoinette and Christine are available at the AEU office to provide superannuation information and assistance to AEU members.
Members can contact Antoinette or Christine at the AEU on (03) 9417 2822. You can contact VicSuper direct on 1300 366 216 or go to www.vicsuper.com.au.
To book an appointment with a VicSuper financial planner click here.
Super seminar - January 23
VicSuper is delighted to invite you to our first super seminar for AEU members. Planning for retirement can be done at any age, and at our informative seminar, VicSuper’s qualified financial planners will show you ways to boost your long term super savings and prepare for retirement through a transition to retirement strategy.
Many of our members who are educators already benefit from this strategy and we wanted to make sure you didn’t miss out on the opportunity. Come along and discover how VicSuper can help make planning your future retirement super easy with practical and simple information that could make a big difference.
Partners of AEU members are more than welcome to attend.
By attending you will find out:
- How much money you’ll need in retirement to live the life you want.
- Tax effective ways to boost your super.
- How you can use your super to transition out of work into retirement.
- Understand what the federal budget changes mean for you and your super.
- Ways to maximise your Centrelink entitlements.
- Revised and New Scheme information.
- How to ensure you have the right insurance cover in place to protect you and your loved ones.
Date: Monday, January 23
Time: 10.00am – 11.15am
Venue: AEU Victoria, 126 Trenerry Crescent, Abbotsford 3067
Presenter: Marcus Gridley, Senior Financial Planner
For further information please email Julie Lynch or phone 03 9418 4861.
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