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Superannuation - the most interesting boring thing.

Super might be boring, but it has a great ending. Bore yourself Super with a few easy clicks.

End this financial year with a bounce in your step... and your super.

End this financial year with a bounce in your step... and your super.

The end of the financial year is a good time to think about how you could grow your super. Here are some options you could consider to give your super a nice little boost.
Protecting Your Super (PYS) changes ahead

Protecting Your Super (PYS) changes ahead

The new Protecting Your Super (PYS) legislation comes into effect on 1 July 2019. It's designed to prevent insurance premiums and fees eroding super balances for those members with inactive or low-balance accounts.
Quarterly investment update

Quarterly investment update

Here we highlight global economic and sharemarket activity, and explain their impact on asset classes and the underlying performance of WA Super's portfolios.
What does WA Super stand for?

What does WA Super stand for?

As a not-for-profit industry super fund, any profits we make are reinvested back into the Fund in the form of improved services and low fees.
WA Super awarded 5 stars for outstanding membership investment options

WA Super awarded 5 stars for outstanding membership investment options

WA Super has received the highest Heron Partnership Quality 5 Star Ratings for its outstanding Superannuation Product and five stars for its MySuper product.
Investment performance update – boringly great results

Investment performance update – boringly great results

Many people said in our recent member survey that they wanted more information about our performance and how we invest. So here’s a special update on all topics investments and performance.

Why WA Super?

  • Low* fees! Low* fees!
  • Strong^ long term investment returns Strong^ long term investment returns
  • Profits don't go to shareholders, so you benefit. Profits don't go to shareholders, so you benefit.
Low* fees! Low* fees!
Strong^ long term investment returns Strong^ long term investment returns
Profits don't go to shareholders, so you benefit. Profits don't go to shareholders, so you benefit.
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Reliable performance in uncertain times

At WA Super, we ended the 2018 calendar year with positive returns despite poor performance of the local and overseas stock markets in the last quarter. Our diversified portfolios, had considerably better performance than most other super funds.

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About WA Super

This read might be a little boring, but it’ll be worth it.

You may know us as WA Local Government Super Plan (WALGSP) or simply as WA Super. As a trusted superannuation fund provider, we’re here to make sure that our members achieve their retirement dreams through a range of services and advice.

We’ve got low fees (seriously, they’re low) and a track record showcasing our strong long-term investment performance, so it’s easy to see why so many Western Australians choose us as their superannuation funds provider in Perth. With no hidden fees and no commissions paid to financial planners, you know you’re getting the most out of your local Western Australian super fund.

Not to mention, our new sustainable investment option is good for you and the planet. We even provide insurance options through your super to help you plan for the future, while keeping you and your family covered. As a member, you'll have 24/7 online access and a service team member always ready to help.

If you'd like to find out more, you can view our Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and other fact sheets here. Or why not attend a complimentary super workplace seminar or grab simple, super advice over the phone? We'd love to hear from you.

Need some advice? We can help.

With WA Super, it’s easy to get the right advice and information, when you need it.

*Based on SuperRatings Pty Ltd’s assessment of our fees against the industry average as at 31 July 2018.

^Based on SuperRatings Pty Ltd's Fund Crediting Rate Survey June 2018, which provides information about the investment performance of Australian super funds.

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