Closing the super gap: Part 2 of a 2 part series

Blog Post by AustSafe Super.

In our last blog post, we looked at ways women can address the Australian gender pay gap, and in particular, the gender super gap. Finding lost super and making contributions were two options. In this issue, we discuss three additional considerations.   


3. Understand your options

When investing your super, regularly monitor your options. Consider your age, stage of life and retirement goals and whether these are reflected in the level of risk and return in your current investment option. You can visit AustSafe Super’s website to look at the different AustSafe Super investment options and read our Investment Choice Guide for helpful insights.


4. Stay informed

Keeping up to date with changes to super is a great way to ensure you’re maximising your super. Check out AustSafe Super’s Member Hub for articles on budgeting, insurance, and super tips to get you started.


5. Consider a financial planner

When considering maximising your super the guidance of a Financial Planner can be very beneficial. They can guide you on how to grow your super based on your individual circumstances.


For more information, please visit


This editorial is general information only and does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs. You may also wish to seek the advice of a qualified financial planner. Please also read the relevant AustSafe Super Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before making a decision in relation to the product available at which summarises important information about being a member of AustSafe Super.