New online tools now available

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There's no need for guesswork – LGIAsuper has launched three new tools to help you better manage your super and insurance needs.

Boost your super with our Contributions optimiser

Working out how much extra you can contribute to your super without negatively impacting your current lifestyle can prove a tricky equation to solve but our new Contributions optimiser makes it easy for members to better plan their future.

Simply enter your details and the Contributions optimiser will provide an estimate of the extra amount you will achieve in super this year and at retirement, based on proposed changes to your contributions.

This tool displays how much you will receive in tax savings this financial year, as well as informing you when your contributions could exceed the concessional cap.

Make sure you’re adequately covered with our Insurance needs calculator

Deciding how much cover you’ll need in the case of illness, serious accident or death can be difficult, so we’ve made the process as simple as possible with our Insurance needs calculator.

Just list your assets and income, as well as any immediate and ongoing expenses to calculate the amount of cover needed. Your estimate will include Death and Total and Permanent Disability cover, as well as Income Protection.

What type of superannuation investor are you?

Before choosing an investment strategy, it’s important to know what your tolerance to risk is. While everyone’s financial situation is different, our Investment risk profiler will give you an idea of how much risk you are comfortable taking when investing your super.

It will also help reveal your attitude towards investment goals and timeframes, market volatility and return versus risk. The Investment risk profiler consists of 8 questions and takes only a few minutes to complete.

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