TWUSUPER delivers in 2020/21
Updated: 23 July 2021
TWUSUPER has delivered outstanding investment returns for the 2020/21 financial year.
EOFY and what's changing from 1 July 2021
Updated: 7 July 2021
With the end of financial year you could benefit from opportunities to build your super and benefit from tax breaks. From 1 July 2021 new caps apply for super and Super Pension accounts.
Federal Budget 2021 and super
12 May 2021
While a number of super and retirement measures were announced, most of these are either changes or adjustments to existing measures.
TWUSUPER enters merger discussions with EISS Super
14 April 2021
We are pleased to inform you that TWUSUPER has entered into merger discussions with a like-minded profit to member super fund EISS Super.
ME and BOQ to join forces
22 February 2021
On 22 February 2021 ME Bank announced that it would join the Bank of Queensland (BOQ) family. BOQ is one of Australia’s leading regional banks.
This will not affect or change existing customers’ accounts or arrangements, nor their relationship with ME Bank.
Annual Members’ Meeting (AMM)
21 January 2021
Members can register here for TWUSUPER’s Annual Members’ Meeting (AMM). We will review the year ended 30 June 2020, and take a look at what we might expect for the current year. As well as providing an investment update, we’ll answer questions you may have.
Building your super in 2021
11 January 2021
2020 was a difficult year. As Australia recovers in 2021, here’s what you can do to build your retirement savings back up.
Workplace visits in 2021
11 January 2021
Your TWUSUPER Account Managers have enjoyed working with you to overcome the issues we’ve encountered as a result of the social distancing rules.
As the restrictions ease, we look forward to continuing to offer the remote access services we now have in place as and when you want them. But sometimes it’s easier to meet face to face – whether that’s to go over employer super guarantee processes or offering onsite financial education sessions for your employees.
COVID-19: Your super and available assistance
Last updated: 20 January 2021
We are aware that many members will be affected by COVID-19 in the coming weeks and months and that, for some, the pandemic will mean a loss of income and financial hardship. TWUSUPER will keep you updated about the details about COVID-19 and your super.