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How to join Hostplus

Hostplus is a quality award-winning super fund, recognised for consistent performance, low fees and exceptional service.

Being a Hostplus member not only means you enjoy a range of options to maximise your super, but you’re part of a wider community of hospitality, tourism, recreation and sport industry employees.

We’re the fund specifically for those industries, but anyone can join.

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What’s attracted over 90,000 employers to Hostplus?

No fees. Easy payments. Regular communication. On-call assistance. It’s a quality super package that makes a simple job of meeting your obligations.

It’s also a smart super solution for your employees. One we’re sure they’ll thank you for in the long run.

In less than 10 minutes you can become a registered Hostplus employer and obtain details to make a payment straight away if you need to.

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Starting a Hostplus Pension or joining Hostplus if you’re not already a member is easy. 

Simply complete the Membership Form at the back of the Pension Guide, which contains important information on the features and costs of the product. 

Pension eligibility

To invest in the Hostplus Pension, you need to have at least $10,000 currently invested in superannuation. This can be in either your Hostplus super account or with another complying super fund, as long as you have a total of $10,000.
In order to access your super and start a Hostplus Pension you must meet one of the following conditions of release unless you’re taking advantage of a Transition to Retirement (TTR) option: 

  • Have reached the preservation age and permanently retired. 
  • Have reached age 60 and have stopped working. 
  • Have reached age 65. 
  • Are totally and permanently disabled.
  • Are terminally ill. 

To be eligible to commence a TTR pension you need to have $10,000 invested in superannuation and reached your preservation age. 

To discuss your retirement options, contact us on 1300 348 546 Monday to Friday, 8.00am - 8.00pm AEST or get in touch with one of our dedicated, licensed financial planners.

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