Qudos Bank can link your superannuation fund within your online banking so you can see your savings accounts, home loan account and Super balance in one place, making it easy to see how fast your super is growing. This helps you to keep on top of your super and choose your investments wisely.
Just like loans and savings accounts, low fees can really make a difference over the life of your superannuation. Because your fees are usually based on a percentage of your super fund balance, every percentage point lower can mean more money in your pocket when you need it most!
Great Insurance Options
Partnered with some top insurance companies Qudos Bank can offer you insurance options with your superannuation fund to cover you in times of illness, injury or death1. As part of your super fund, insurance premiums are competitive and are automatically deducted from your super so you are always covered.
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|This information does not take into account your personal objective, financial situation or needs. You should read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) available above before making a decision to acquire this product. Fees and charges apply. Qudos Super is issued by Equity Trustees Superannuation Limited (ABN 50 055 641 757 AFSL 229757) as trustee of the CUBS Superannuation Fund (ABN 90 120 177 925). Qudos Mutual Limited trading as Qudos Bank (ABN 53 087 650 557 ACL 238 305) is the sub-promoter of the CUBS Superannuation Fund. 1. Insurance cover is provided to eligible Fund members by TAL Life Limited (ABN 70 050 109 450, AFSL 237848).You should consider the Qudos Bank Super Product Disclosure Statement (including incorporated information) issued by Equity Trustees Superannuation Limited before deciding whether to acquire insurance cover, available on our website. Insurance cover is subject to eligibility criteria and acceptance by TAL, and may cease in certain circumstances including if there are insufficient funds held in your Qudos Super account to pay insurance premiums, refer to the Insurance Factsheet for further information.|