Consolidate Super

Keeping all of your superannuation in one place makes sense. It makes it easier to keep track of your money and consolidating today could make all the difference tomorrow, here's why:

  • Having one account makes keeping track of your money and investments much easier.
  • Reduce your fees. Having multiple accounts can mean multiple fees. You'd be surprised how much money you can save when you consolidate your super and the difference it can make to your final balance.
  • You can reduce your paperwork when you only have one super account.

Having a choice of Super is wonderful but is your current fund the right fund for you? Does it really cater for your needs today or in the future? Most people are confused about what choice to make with over 3000 funds to choose from. This makes finding the right fund even more difficult. What may be the number one fund in performance this year may the worst fund the next.

At BluePrint Advisors we understand these issues and specialise in finding the right fund to suit your needs. We can provide you with a Statement of Advice, detailing your current superannuation position and a comparison of what we would recommend to help you make the right choice.

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