Adviser fintech firm Moneysoft has aimed to put greater focus on superannuation funds as it launches its new website.
In a statement, Moneysoft said one super fund is piloting its new Round-Ups feature, allowing people to make small, frequent contributions to their investment accounts by automatically rounding up the spare change from everyday transactions into their super.
It also allows members to automate or make one-off instalments into their super fund, bank account, or to pay off non-deductible debt, which fosters engagement and builds a foundation for more holistic personal financial advice.
The new website also highlights existing services available to large organisations, including Data Vault and the Personal Financial Management Platform.
“The full suite of Moneysoft’s solutions make it simple for the financial services industry to help Australians improve their financial wellbeing,” said Moneysoft head of SME operations Neil De Beger.
“The new website now reflects the full breadth of our ability to cater to financial planners, superannuation funds, banks and other large innovative organisations.”
Adrian Flores is a deputy editor at Momentum Media, focusing mainly on banking, wealth management and financial services. He has also written for Public Accountant, Accountants Daily and The CEO Magazine.
You can contact him on [email protected].
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