UPDATE: SuperBooster is no longer available.
The provider of SuperBooster has decided to no longer support this app, as a result it is being closed from 1 July 2020.
What happens next
You don’t need to do anything. SuperBooster will continue to calculate round-ups from your everyday purchases and move your $10 contributions into your Energy Super account up until 1 July 2020.
Your account will then be closed automatically and no further deductions will occur.
You can keep boosting your super
- If you’d like to continue making additional contributions and building your super, you can do so via BPAY. Just complete this form and you’re away.
- Speak to one of our phone based financial advisers who can help you determine the right amount of contributions to make to your super. You can make an appointment here.
Turn everyday spending into savings with our app
Exclusive to Energy Super members is Super Booster. An app that links your everyday transactions to your super account, rounding up purchases and building up your super balance a little bit at a time.
Turn a little now into a lot for later. Use the Super Booster app and see how all these small amounts add up over time. Once your round up amounts hit $10, it is automatically added to your Energy Super balance.
Setting up is easy. Then the app automatically rounds up your everyday transactions. You can change or pause contributions anytime. Energy Super members can start using the app instantly.
Our Super Booster app is all about adding extra savings to your super fund. You may even be eligible to claim a tax deduction for the additional contributions made. Checkout ‘Personal super contributions’ on the ATO website for full details.
*If you made personal superannuation contributions during the year to a complying super fund or a retirement savings account (RSA) you may be able to claim a deduction for those contributions.If you want to claim (or vary) a tax deduction for personal contributions, you must provide a valid notice of intent to your super fund or retirement savings account (RSA) provider. You must have this notice acknowledged (in writing) by your fund. (Source ATO website)