Watch our short videos to find out how you can make the most of your super, and how LGS can help you.

Local Government Super has always had a strong commitment to responsible and sustainable investment and was the first super fund in Australia to stop investing in tobacco in 2001. Hear more from LGS CEO, Phil Stockwell.

If you’re a member of LGS, your super is invested to support a strong, sustainable future. Take a look at where your LGS super is invested.

2-minute super

Take 2 minutes to find out more about your super.

LGS Financial Planner, Ian Ornelas discusses transition to retirement strategy options.

LGS Client Relationship Manager, Leanne Cowan talks about how you can get your super in order.

Donna Grundy, talks through the benefits of insurance.

Financial Planner, Errol Umar, talks through changes to the non-concessional super contributions cap.

Recent changes to the concessional super contributions cap with Ivan Haramina.

Super videos

Follow Reginald's journey as he learns more about super.

How super works                                          

Learn about how super works, where your money is being invested and what you need to do to plan a comfortable retirement.

Do you know what your fund invests in?

Align your values to your super. Choose a fund that invests your super using a responsible investment approach.

Salary sacrificing

Salary sacrificing is one of the simplest and most effective super saving strategies. Small things you do now to boost your super balance can reap rewards later. 

Women and super

More than 80% of women are currently retiring with insufficient superannuation savings to fund a comfortable lifestyle. Take action now. The earlier you take small steps, the easier it is down the track.

Planning for retirement

Understand what you need to do to be financially secure and start thinking of what strategy is best for you for the long-term.

The information on this website is of a general nature only and does not take into account your personal objectives, situation or needs. You should consider obtaining professional financial, taxation and or legal advice tailored to your personal circumstances prior to making any financial decision.