Lesf and Macmahon Super’s goal is to provide a simple yet effective super fund, designed to be able to meet your needs over the different stages of life. Your super is not only one of the most important investments you can make, it is also one of the most tax-effective ways to invest for long term retirement savings. Ease of managing your super is important too. We seek to provide quality customer service to our members and employers and are focused on making employers’ administration as easy and efficient as possible.
Lesf and Macmahon Super is an industry super fund that was established over 20 years ago. It was originally sponsored by the Queensland Law Society for employees in the Legal Services Industry. Now the fund has diversified to a broad range of members and occupation types. As a member, you will benefit from the easy to understand fee structure, flexibility of investments and insurance offers to suit your employment situation.
For members and employers, Lesf and Macmahon Super provides:
Lesf and Macmahon Super is flexible. You can join the fund:
This product dashboard is to provide members with key information about Fund’s fees, risk and performance.
You can use this dashboard to compare Passive Growth MySuper with other MySuper products.
To provide a net return after tax and investment costs equal or better than inflation (CPI) plus 2.5% p.a. for the period 2020-2029. Future returns cannot be guaranteed. This is a prediction.
This investment option commenced on1 January 2014. The one year return to 30 June 2020 is 0.26% p.a. The 6 year average return to 30 June 2020 is 5.21% p.a.
Investment returns are not guaranteed. Past performance is not an indication of future performance.
High – Estimated number of negative annual returns over any 20-year period is 4 to less than 6.
The statement of fees and other costs is for a representative member who is fully invested in MySuper, who doesn’t incur any activity fees during the year and who has an account balance of $50,000 throughout that year. It excludes investment gains/losses on the $50,000 balance. Fees and costs reported are Administration Fees, Investment Fees and Indirect Cost Ratio.
1 the return target is calculated using a net return of a representative member. A representative member is a member who is fully invested in the investment option, who does not incur any activity fees during a year and who has an account balance of $50,000 throughout that year. Excludes: investment gains/losses on the $50,000 balance.
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