Fees, taxes and premiums
We’ll deduct some money from your account to cover the cost of looking after and investing your super. Because we’re a profits-to-member fund, our fees are set to cover our costs only. We don’t pay dividends to shareholders or commissions to financial advisers. This means we return more to you through lower fees and charges.
Type of fee
How and when paid
|Investment fee1||Aggressive 0.39%, Growth 0.33%, Balanced 0.27%, Stable 0.23%, Australian Shares 0.24%, International Shares 0.61%, Property 0.08%, Bonds 0.08%, Cash 0.10%, Term Deposit 0.00%||We generally calculate and deduct this fee daily when unit prices are determined.|
|Administration fee||$2 per week ($104 pa) + 0.16%. Percentage fee is zero for Term Deposit.||We generally deduct the dollar based administration fee on the last day of the month from your super account balance. We generally calculate and deduct the percentage based administration fee when unit prices are determined.|
|Advice fees||See the Mine Wealth + Wellbeing Financial Advice - Our fees page for details|
|Other fees and costs3||Nil|
|Indirect cost ratio1|
Aggressive 0.41%, Growth 0.45%, Balanced 0.51%, Stable 0.53%, Australian Shares 0.00%, International Shares 0.00%, Property 0.17%, Bonds 0.31%, Cash 0.02%, Term Deposit 0.00%
This is an estimate of the annual indirect cost ratio for each investment option. The actual costs are deducted from the return paid to the Fund when each unit price is determined.
2If you invest in the Term Deposit investment option, the financial institution that issues your term deposit might charge early exit or termination fees if you terminate your term deposit before the expiry of the fixed term. Details of these fees will be available at the time you make an investment and vary across financial institutions. These fees aren't charged by Mine Wealth + Wellbeing.
3We may apply other fees and costs which relate to family law splits, answering subpoenas, advice fees for personal advice and insurance fees. See the 'Fees information' factsheet for further details.
Your super is taxed when you put money in, on your investment earnings and in some cases, when you take it out if you’re under age 60.
Tax on the money you put into super
Before tax contributions, which include the compulsory 9.5% contributions your employer makes for you, are taxed at 15% if you earn less than $250,000 and 30% if you earn over $250,000. If you earn $37,000 or less pa you may be eligible for a Low Income Superannuation Tax Offset.
Any after tax contributions you make aren’t taxed when you put them into super as you have already paid tax on that money.
Tax on your investment earnings
Investment earnings within your super are taxed at 15%.
Tax when you take your super out
If you’re under age 60 and you withdraw all or part of your super you may need to pay tax. For details about how withdrawals are taxed see the Withdrawal tax page.
If you’re age 60 or over all your withdrawals are tax free.
If you have insurance with us, your premiums are also deducted from your account.