Redundancy can be a stressful and difficult time for you and those around you.
With the uncertainty you are faced with, and numerous financial and lifestyle decisions you need to make, thinking about how this change in circumstances might affect your super is probably low on your list of priorities.
UniSuper Advice helps UniSuper members with more than just super. Each year the UniSuper Advice team helps members navigate the financial side of important life events, like becoming redundant.
Whether you want a comprehensive financial plan, or advice on just one topic, let UniSuper Advice guide you through this tricky time. UniSuper Advice can help with:
Take a look at what UniSuper Advice can do for you
- budgeting and cashflow considerations
- understanding your redundancy package
- your insurance options.
Finding a new job
If you want to continue working in the higher education and research sector, take a look at the UniJobs website – it regularly posts employment opportunities available at Australia’s universities, plus other useful articles.
You should also know that whatever happens, you can choose to remain a UniSuper member for life.
Staying with UniSuper
You can always remain a UniSuper member, regardless of your next move.
When you leave your job, you can leave your benefit in UniSuper or consider a number of other options.
Our Your super when you leave your job booklet is filled with useful information about your options to help you make some decisions about your next steps.
By staying with UniSuper, you continue to benefit from all we have to offer