REI Super
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Run only to benefit members

All profits returned to members. Compare our benefits to a retail super fund as at 30 June 2018.*


Compare performance average retail fund with REI Super

More member benefits from REI Super

Low fees

We keep a tight rein on our costs to keep fees low.

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Great insurance

Competitive low-cost cover for Death, Disablement and Income protection. We even cover commission-base income.

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Financial advice

Free advice when it's about your super or insurance. Low-cost advice when dealing with assets outside of super or if you need financial planning.

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40+ years of strong returns

Together with low fees means more money in your super.

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Offers from ME bank

As a REI Super member, you'll have access to discounts on credit cards and home loans from ME bank.

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Flexible super pensions

Stay invested in super while getting a tax effective income stream when transitioning to or in retirement.

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* Consider a fund’s PDS and your objectives, financial situation and needs, which are not accounted for in this information before making an investment decision. Assumes initial salary of $50,000 and starting account balance of $50,000. Comparison modelled by SuperRatings, commissioned by ISA Pty Ltd. Modelled outcome shows average difference in the net benefit of REI Super and the retail super funds (Retail super funds include bank owned and other) tracked by SuperRatings with a 3 (144 funds), 5 (117 funds), 10 (73 funds) & 15 (45 funds) year performance history to 30 June 2018, taking into account historical earnings and fees of main balanced options. This excludes contribution, exit, insurance fees and additional adviser fees. No adjustments have been made to the figures to take into account the effect of inflation on purchasing power since this time. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance and should never be the sole factor considered when selecting a fund.