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What is the difference between the Standard Rate and a Fixed Term option for Superannuation Savings Account?

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Last updated 02 September 2014


The Standard Rate option means you have a variable interest rate which can go up or down from time to time.

The Fixed Term option works like a fixed interest rate on a term deposit where you can lock in the offered interest rate for between 1 - 5 years.

For more information about these options please refer to the SSA Product Disclosure Statement Part 2 - Latest interest rates.

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