The actual increase or decrease in your super return will vary depending on many factors such as your choice of investment, age, income, super fund fees and account balance.
Let’s use an example. Fund A had a net compounding return of 10% over 3 years, while Fund B returned 3%. Assume you invested $100,000. With Fund A you would have added $30,000 to your super, however Fund B would have returned you just $9,000. Investing in an under-performing fund cost you $21,000 in just three years.
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