Making decisions about your super and your finances is often easier when you have the numbers in front of you. Our easy-to-use calculators can help you figure out your best options for retirement planning, building super, insurance adequacy and more.
Estimate your projected super balance and whether you are likely to have an adequate retirement income.
The government co-contribution scheme is an incentive to encourage Australians to contribute to their super on a post-tax basis.
Look at the impact pre-tax or post-tax contributions can make to your super.
You can use this calculator to estimate: your base level death and Total & Permanent Disablement (TPD) cover and premiums, the cost of any additional cover and your level of income protection cover and premiums.
Does your eligible spouse earn less than $40,000 per year? If you make a contribution to their super account, you may receive a tax offset of up to $540.
See what minimum and/or maximum income stream payments you could receive based on your account balance.
Calculate the tax-free amount and tax offset applicable to your TelstraSuper RetireAccess income stream.