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Understanding Defined Benefit Superannuation

We’re working with UniSuper to help you learn more about the Defined Benefit Division (DBD) – a topic that can be complex to grasp. We encourage you to register. 

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First Nations Webcast - Your Financial Wellbeing

The recent celebration of NAIDOC week was an opportunity for all Australians to come together to celebrate the rich history, diverse cultures and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the oldest continuing cultures on the planet.

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Framework for Financial Success

Keen to learn more about finance and investing? Or how to better manage your debt? This UniSuper seminar will help you plot a pathway to financial success.

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2021 End of Year University Closedown Period

University Closedown Period 2020

The University will be closed for business from Monday, 27 December 2021 and will reopen in the new year on Tuesday, 04 January 2022.

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It’s time to recalibrate

UniSuper Wellbeing

As we grapple with another year of continuing uncertainty, we invite you to join UniSuper and SuperFriend, UniSuper’s mental health partner, for a series of live webcasts focussed on your mental and physical wellbeing.

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Mental health awareness

Mental health awareness

A new Mental Health Awareness online program has been launched to support staff to more effectively manage mental health and wellbeing at work.

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Aboriginal cultural workshops

Aboriginal cultural workshops

Two Aboriginal cultural workshops will be held in July.

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2020/2021 Income Statements are now available

Income statement

2020/2021 Income Statements are now available through your registered tax agent or ATO online services using myGov.

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Mood and weight - is there a link?

Mood and weight

A lunchtime seminar with Dr Mike Musker

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Additional tax withholding for 2022 / 2023 financial year

In some years there are 27 pay fortnights instead of the usual 26 fortnights.  This will be the case in the 2022/2023 financial year which commences on 1 July 2022.  Not the 2021/2022 financial year as previously promoted.  There is no further action required at this point in time.

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