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We know it’s easy to lose track of old super accounts. But it’s just as easy to bring them together and have them working for you in your Mercy Super account. We can help you find and combine.

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Find and combine

We know it’s easy to lose track of old super accounts. But it’s just as easy to bring them together and have them working for you in your Mercy Super account. We can help you find and combine.

Find and combine



Find and combine

We know it’s easy to lose track of old super accounts. But it’s just as easy to bring them together and have them working for you in your Mercy Super account. We can help you find and combine.

Find and combine

Find and combine

We know it’s easy to lose track of old super accounts. But it’s just as easy to bring them together and have them working for you in your Mercy Super account. We can help you find and combine.

Find and combine




Find and combine

We know it’s easy to lose track of old super accounts. But it’s just as easy to bring them together and have them working for you in your Mercy Super account. We can help you find and combine.

Find and combine



Find and combine

We know it’s easy to lose track of old super accounts. But it’s just as easy to bring them together and have them working for you in your Mercy Super account. We can help you find and combine.

Find and combine


We know it’s easy to lose track of old super accounts. But it’s just as easy to bring them together and have them working for you in your Mercy Super account. We can help you find and combine.

Modest lifestyle Comfortable lifestyle
Single Couple Single Couple
$27,425 p.a. $39,442 p.a. $42,953 p.a. $60,604 p.a.

Find and combine

Single ($43,000 p.a.) Couple ($61,000 p.a.)
25 years (to age 92) $410,000 $490,000
30 years (to age 97) $540,000 $610,000

We know it’s easy to lose track of old super accounts. But it’s just as easy to bring them together and have them working for you in your Mercy Super account. We can help you find and combine.

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Hi there! I’m a bike messenger by day, aspiring actor by night, and this is my website. I live in Los Angeles, have a great dog named Jack, and I like piña coladas. (And gettin’ caught in the rain.)

…or something like this:

The XYZ Doohickey Company was founded in 1971, and has been providing quality doohickeys to the public ever since. Located in Gotham City, XYZ employs over 2,000 people and does all kinds of awesome things for the Gotham community.

As a new WordPress user, you should go to your dashboard to delete this page and create new pages for your content. Have fun!

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If you’re employer’s provided you with the ATO’s Superannuation Standard choice form

You’ll need the following details to complete Section A of this form:

Fund ABN

11 789 425 178

Fund phone

1300 368 891

Your member number

Insert your Mercy Super member number which you can find on any recent correspondence (or by contacting us)

Fund name

Mercy Super

Unique super identifier (USI)

11 789 425 178 001

Website

mercysuper.com.au

Fund address

PO Box 8334, Woolloongabba, QLD, 4102

Your account name

Insert your name

Some employers may also require a copy of our complying fund statement – you can download it here.

Some employers may also require a copy of our complying fund statement – you can download it here.

Five fun facts about Mercy Super

  1. Mercy Super was providing benefits to Sisters of Mercy employees 30 years before compulsory super was introduced. Mother Superior at the time, Mother Damian Duncombe, and Hospital Secretary, John Joseph O’Brien, established Mercy Super on 31 July 1962.
  2. If you change jobs you can take Mercy Super with you and continue to enjoy your exclusive benefits – even if you’re going to Queensland Health. Hundreds already have
  3. Women make up 77% of Mercy Super’s membership, the 5th highest across all Australian super funds.
  4. Our generous insurance cover package is ranked as one of the best in the industry. We protect our members with more than $52 billion in death cover and $623 million in annual income protection cover.
  5. Mercy Super’s longest continuous members have been with us since 1983, the same year the final episode of M*A*S*H aired.

Not sure where all your super is?

We know it’s easy to lose track of old super accounts. But it’s just as easy to bring them together and have them working for you in your Mercy Super account.

You’re not alone. In fact there’s more than $18 billion in 6.3 million lost or unclaimed accounts1 that the ATO is holding. That’s on top of the 40% of Australians who have multiple accounts with different super funds.1 That’s a lot of lost super floating around that could be yours.

Not sure where all your super is?

We know it’s easy to lose track of old super accounts. But it’s just as easy to bring them together and have them working for you in your Mercy Super account.

You’re not alone. In fact there’s more than $18 billion in 6.3 million lost or unclaimed accounts1 that the ATO is holding. That’s on top of the 40% of Australians who have multiple accounts with different super funds.1 That’s a lot of lost super floating around that could be yours.

Super is a long-term investment, which brings with it both opportunities and responsibilities

  • We recognise that the time horizon and investment attitude of individual members can vary. We will invest in strategies that deliver real returns over the medium to long-term while structuring individual investment options with a variety of risk/return profiles to suit different member characteristics.
  • The investments supporting members’ accumulation and pension accounts, as well as those supporting the Fund’s defined benefit liabilities, can have different objectives. We will take into account the time-frame, tax, risk tolerance and other factors into account when designing and implementing investment options.
  • Members can have a choice of super fund so we aim to deliver real returns that are market competitive over the medium to long-term for the Fund’s investment options.

Super is a long-term investment, which brings with it both opportunities and responsibilities

  • We recognise that the time horizon and investment attitude of individual members can vary. We will invest in strategies that deliver real returns over the medium to long-term while structuring individual investment options with a variety of risk/return profiles to suit different member characteristics.
  • The investments supporting members’ accumulation and pension accounts, as well as those supporting the Fund’s defined benefit liabilities, can have different objectives. We will take into account the time-frame, tax, risk tolerance and other factors into account when designing and implementing investment options.
  • Members can have a choice of super fund so we aim to deliver real returns that are market competitive over the medium to long-term for the Fund’s investment options.

We recognise that the time horizon and investment attitude of individual members can vary. We will invest in strategies that deliver real returns over the medium to long-term while structuring individual investment options with a variety of risk/return profiles to suit different member characteristics.

  • We recognise that the time horizon and investment attitude of individual members can vary. We will invest in strategies that deliver real returns over the medium to long-term while structuring individual investment options with a variety of risk/return profiles to suit different member characteristics.
  • The investments supporting members’ accumulation and pension accounts, as well as those supporting the Fund’s defined benefit liabilities, can have different objectives. We will take into account the time-frame, tax, risk tolerance and other factors into account when designing and implementing investment options.
  • Members can have a choice of super fund so we aim to deliver real returns that are market competitive over the medium to long-term for the Fund’s investment options.

  • We recognise that the time horizon and investment attitude of individual members can vary. We will invest in strategies that deliver real returns over the medium to long-term while structuring individual investment options with a variety of risk/return profiles to suit different member characteristics.
  • The investments supporting members’ accumulation and pension accounts, as well as those supporting the Fund’s defined benefit liabilities, can have different objectives. We will take into account the time-frame, tax, risk tolerance and other factors into account when designing and implementing investment options.
  • Members can have a choice of super fund so we aim to deliver real returns that are market competitive over the medium to long-term for the Fund’s investment options.

70% Growth
30% Defensive

 

100% Growth

 

100% Defensive

 

 

Asset AllocationInvestment Range
Australian Equities 26.0% 17 - 37%
International Equities 23.0% 13 - 33%
Alternative Growth 6.0% 1 - 11%
Property 12.0% 7 - 17%
Infrastructure 12.0% 7 - 17%
Australian Fixed Interest 6.0% 0 - 14%
International Fixed Interest 6.0% 0 - 14%
Alternative Defensive 6.0% 0 - 14%
Cash/Enhanced Cash 3.0% 0 - 12%
Currency exposure15%5 - 25%

 

 

Asset AllocationInvestment Range
Australian Equities 32.0% 17 - 37%
International Equities 28.0% 13 - 33%
Alternative Growth 10.0% 1 - 11%
Property 12.5% 7 - 17%
Infrastructure 12.5% 7 - 17%
Australian Fixed Interest 5.0% 0 - 14%
Currency exposure24%5 - 25%

 

This is an example page. It’s different from a blog post because it will stay in one place and will show up in your site navigation (in most themes). Most people start with an About page that introduces them to potential site visitors. It might say something like this:

Hi there! I’m a bike messenger by day, aspiring actor by night, and this is my website. I live in Los Angeles, have a great dog named Jack, and I like piña coladas. (And gettin’ caught in the rain.)

…or something like this:

The XYZ Doohickey Company was founded in 1971, and has been providing quality doohickeys to the public ever since. Located in Gotham City, XYZ employs over 2,000 people and does all kinds of awesome things for the Gotham community.

As a new WordPress user, you should go to your dashboard to delete this page and create new pages for your content. Have fun!

Asset AllocationInvestment Range
Australian Equities 32.0% 17 - 37%
International Equities 28.0% 13 - 33%
Alternative Growth 10.0% 1 - 11%
Property 12.5% 7 - 17%
Infrastructure 12.5% 7 - 17%
Australian Fixed Interest 5.0% 0 - 14%
Currency exposure24%5 - 25%

Modest lifestyle Comfortable lifestyle
Single Couple Single Couple
$27,425 p.a. $39,442 p.a. $42,953 p.a. $60,604 p.a.

Find and combine

Single ($43,000 p.a.) Couple ($61,000 p.a.)
25 years (to age 92) $410,000 $490,000
30 years (to age 97) $540,000 $610,000

 

 

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