My Situation

Career Changes

You don't need to change super funds as you move through your career. You can remain a member of Child Care Super regardless of where you work. When you start a new job, just complete this Choice of Superannuation Fund form and give it to your employer.

Time off work

When you take time off work your super balance can suffer. But there are things you can do. Make sure to combine your accounts* and if circumstances allow, set up extra payments. Find out more.

Protection for you and your family

As you raise a family or take up a mortgage, it’s important to protect your assets and ability to earn an income. GuildSuper provides members with Death, Total & Permanent Disability and Income Protection insurance cover. Find out more.

Investment Scenario

If you're between the ages of 25 and 40 and haven't chosen how you'd like your super savings invested, then we will invest your super savings in the MySuper Growing Lifestage option.

25-40 years

Building lifestage

Return target

3% per annum above inflation over rolling 10 year periods

Level of Investment Risk

This option invests 90% of your money in growth assets - there's a high level of risk involved, but over the long term growth assets can produce high returns.

Investment Mix

Total Growth Assets = 90%
Total Defensive Assets = 10%

Products that may suit you


This is where you let Child Care Super choose your investment option for you based on your age.

Choose your own with MyMix

This is where you select your own investments from a range of different options.


Make sure you’ve still got money coming in if you can’t work with our income protection insurance.

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*It is important to consider any changes to your insurance cover or loss of any benefits and where future employer contributions will be paid before closing any superannuation fund accounts you may have.

This web page contains general advice only and doesn't take into account what you currently have, want and need for your personal circumstances. It is important for you to consider these matters and read the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) and Target Market Determination (TMD) before you make a decision about a superannuation product.

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