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Unit Prices

Local Government Super uses unit prices to calculate members’ account balances and apply investment earnings. You can keep track of our unit prices here.

Click on the links below to see our daily unit prices or to compare past and present unit prices, simply specify which time period you would like to view.

Accumulation Scheme
Account-Based Pension Plan
Defined Benefit Scheme
Retirement Scheme

What is unit pricing? 

Units work in a similar way to shares. The value of a unit is called a unit price, which is set daily. You can see how much your super is worth on any day by multiplying the unit price by the number of units you hold in that option.

How long does it take to change my investment options?

If you have requested your switch via Member Online, it will be processed on the same day (unless the request is made on a non-business day when the effective date is the next business day). If you have requested your switch via the Changing Investment Strategy form the effective date of your switch will be the date we receive the form.