Boost your superannuation whenever you spend
Make every cent count. Whether it’s your weekly grocery shop, your daily coffee, or that sneaky dress bought online. We’ll take a small percentage extra (starting from 1%) and automatically add it to your existing super account. With the wonders of compounding you can significantly boost your nest egg without lifting a finger.
We know you’ve got things to do
We also know you need to start preparing for your future, now. That’s why we’ve made it easier than ever to automatically boost your existing super account whenever you spend, so that you can add a little extra along the way and not get left behind.
See how a cent here and a dollar there can really add up.
Automatically invest your spare change into your Super
Longevity enables you to automatically invest small amounts of money that you’ll never miss to add to your existing superannuation account. No need to switch or roll over into a new fund – we support virtually all super accounts.
Every time you make a purchase from a spending account linked into the app (such as a debit card or credit card), Longevity App will take an additional 1% (or up to 5% if you wish) and accrue it to go into your super. Over the course of your working life those amounts can quickly add up and best of all you haven’t had to lift a finger or change your lifestyle!
Super simple pricing
$19.95 a year – that’s it (or $1.99/mo)
Enjoy a 30 day free trial to make sure Longevity’s right for you
No hidden costs
No sneaky transaction fees or extras. What you see is what you get.
Bank level security to ensure your top ups are safe.
You’re in control
Top up as much or as little as you into your existing super account. We support virtually all funds.
Built for mobile
Future proof your life through the device you don’t leave home without.
Learn more about why women get left behind
Did you know that women on average retire with nearly half of that of men? Check out our range of resources and information, and what you can do about it.
Gender pay gap
For a range of reasons, such as they types of jobs and industries women and men work in, there is a difference between what men and women earn on average. Learn more about this persistent gender pay gap, currently at 15.3% and why it matters here.
Women take on average five years out of the workforce to care for children or family member which can cause their super savings stagnate and begin to fall behind those of men. When they do return to work, nearly half work part time, which puts a further dent into our nest egg.
The Superannuation system
The current 9.5% Superannuation Guarantee (where employers are required to contribute 9.5% of your salary or wages into your super account) does not allow many women to accrue sufficient savings for a comfortable retirement.
But now you can do something
While we wait for the system to catch up, get a head start through making you purchases count. Top up your super with a little extra whenever you spend and boost your retirement fund one cent at a time. See how a cent here and a dollar there can really add up.