CSS and PSS join

New eligible contributions

Contributing CSS and PSS members can now contribute to their PSSap Ancillary account in the following ways:

New eligible contributions

  • personal (after tax) contributions
  • spouse contributions

This is in addition to

  • salary sacrifice
  • rollovers
  • post 1995 accumulation transfer amounts (PSS members only).

Personal and spouse contributions can be made via BPAY, cheque and money order.

Open a PSSap Ancillary account

Ancillary memberships are for eligible CSS and PSS members who want to grow other super in PSSap. CSS and PSS memberships are not affected in any way.

Read the Ancillary membership [PDF 473 KB] booklet for full details about joining PSSap.

Join today

Join to contribute extra (eg salary sacrifice, after tax contributions)

  1. Ensure you are eligible to join PSSap as an Ancillary member
  2. Complete the  Apply to join PSSap as an Ancillary Member [PDF 494 KB]form
  3. Set-up a salary sacrifice arrangement with your employer.

Most employers allow salary sacrifice, but it's best to check beforehand.

Join to rollover other super

  1. Ensure you are eligible to join PSSap as an Ancillary member
  2. Complete the Apply to join PSSap as an Ancillary Member [PDF 494 KB] form
  3. Complete the Transfers [PDF 843 KB] form to transfer your super to PSSap.

Before rolling over other super, check if you hold insurance cover with your other fund and if there are any fees or charges to roll over your money.

Join to contribute extra AND rollover other super

  1. Ensure you are eligible to join PSSap as an Ancillary member
  2. Complete the Apply to join PSSap as an Ancillary Member [PDF 494 KB] form
  3. Set-up a salary sacrifice arrangement with your employer
  4. Complete the Transfers [PDF 843 KB] form to transfer your super to PSSap

Most employers allow salary sacrifice, but it’s best to check beforehand.

Before rolling over other super, check if you hold insurance cover with your other fund and if there are any fees or charges to roll over your money.

Join to transfer over eligible PSS monies

Eligible PSS monies are known as an Accumulated transfer amount (Post 1995). These amounts are separate to the defined benefit component of a PSS membership.

  1. Ensure you are eligible to join PSSap as an Ancillary member
  2. Complete the  Apply to join PSSap as an Ancillary Member [PDF 494 KB] form
  3. Go to PSS to transfer your Accumulated transfer amount (Post 1995).

You can use Member Services Online on the PSS website to make your transfer.

            Key features of Ancillary membership                                         
Type of scheme Profit for members, meaning net investment returns are returned to members
Eligible contributions
  • salary sacrifice contributions
  • personal (after-tax) contributions
  • spouse contributions
  • rollovers from other super funds
  • accumulated transfer amounts (post 1995) (PSS members)
Investment choice
  1. Cash
  2. Income Focused
  3. Balanced
  4. Aggressive

For full details refer to the Ancillary membership [PDF 473 KB] booklet

Insurance cover From 1 October 2016, PSSap Ancillary members will be able to apply for lifePLUS choice cover.
Fees and costs
  • administration fee: $5 per month ($60 per year)
  • indirect cost ratio: estimated at 0.14% - 1.12% per annum depending on the investment option chosen
  • exit fee: $50 per withdrawal

Other fees and costs also apply, including buy-sell spreads and other activity fees. For full details refer to the Ancillary membership [PDF 473 KB] booklet

Investment switches
  • first two investment option switches are free each financial year
  • $20 for each subsequent switch in that year
Keeping you informed
  • online account management
  • annual member statement
  • customer Information Centre
  • newsletters
  • website updates