Making your super work harder for you
Low Super Fees
Our management fees are 48% less than the retail super fund average.* And the more you have in your Virgin Super account, the lower your management fee percentage rate becomes.
How our fees compare
$50,000 Account Balance*
$100,000 Account Balance*
Unlike some other superannuation funds out there, Virgin Super doesn't pay commissions to financial advisors and there are no joining, contribution, withdrawal or exit fees.
Click here to check out our transaction costs and see our fees and costs table for an outline on how much maintaining your superannuation will cost you. Standard transaction costs apply when we buy or sell investments for you (to cover the costs of the transaction only).
Gold Rating 2013
Our super low fees are just one of the reasons why Virgin Super was awarded a Gold Rating for 2013. So, you can be confident that with us, you're receiving value for your money.
*Based on membership costs for a $50K and $100K account balance invested in the funds default or balanced investment option. Information sourced from an external provider SuperRatings Pty Ltd December 2012 and is based on a sample of funds from within the Super industry. Management fees only include investment, administration and membership fees. Figures supplied by SuperRatings Pty Ltd are: E.g. FUND ($50K balance p.a./100K Balance p.a.): Virgin Super ($502/$902), Industry Fund Average ($523/$977), Super Industry Average ($718/$1,352), Retail Fund Average ($961/$1,818), AMP Flexible Lifetime - Super ($1,185/$1,870), BT Super For Life – Savings ($555/$1,050), Colonial First State – FirstChoice Personal Super ($925/$1,850), OnePath OneAnswer – Personal Super ($1,350/$2,700), MLC MasterKey Super Fundamentals ($550/$1,100). Retail funds are defined as Retail Master Trusts. Virgin Money has received permission from SuperRatings Pty Ltd to publish this information and does not endorse or accept responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of the information provided by SuperRatings Pty Ltd. You should not rely on these figures as a complete picture, as the actual fees applied to a person's account will vary depending on a number of factors such as super fund, fee structure, transactions undertaken, account balance, tax treatment, contribution amount and timings.