When it comes to super, it’s long-term performance that counts. Consider investment performance over 1 year, 3 years and 5 years as short-term term performance may not give you the full picture. To view performance, see below.
Daily Unit Prices
Effective date : 02 October 2020
MTAA Super commenced Unit Pricing on 22 April 2017. For more information about the change to unit pricing refer to the Understanding Unit Pricing fact sheet.
Unit prices for the same investment options will be different depending on whether you hold a Superannuation, Transition to Retirement (TTR) or Pension account. This is because the earnings on assets in Superannuation and TTR accounts are subject to tax, whereas they are tax-free in Pension accounts.
IMPORTANT: From 1 July 2017 investment earnings on your MTAA Super TTR Pension are taxed at 15%.
*Annual investment performance for FY 2019-2020 in the table above are interim figures.
(a) Income-focussed option commenced on 1 November 2014.
Past performance should not be taken as an indication of future performance.
Abuy price is applied when you invest in an investment option.
A sell price is the price applied when you withdraw money from an investment option. The sell price will be used to calculate your account balance. All net investment returns are reflected in the sell price of each investment option.
A new buy and sell unit price will be set each business day. A business day is generally considered to be Monday through Friday and excludes weekends and national public holidays.
NSW Public Holidays & Weekends: A new buy and sell unit price will not be published on a NSW Public holiday and weekends. The buy and sell price for the previous business day will apply.
Financial Year to Date return: The returns shown above may differ from your actual returns depending on the timing of your transactions in the investment option/s. For your current account balance, login to your account via ePension and view a benefit quote. Net returns will appear in your annual statement.