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“Thank you for letting people know about YourShare. We have just been put off work and are struggling to pay the bills. This should help a lot of people out there that are in the same boat as we are......” Judy Loowood
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Electrician, Penrith, NSW
“Our Cash-back each year goes straight towards the kids education which means we can afford to send them to the school of our choice.”
Librarian, Noosa, QLD
“My husband and I love to get away and unwind so it’s great to have the extra money each year to put toward our annual Christmas holiday.”
Teacher, Melbourne, VIC
“It was so easy to join and we receive the Cash-back at the same time as the renewal for our car insurance each year, so it’s timed perfectly.”
Retiree, Gold Coast, QLD
“We’re saving to take the grandkids to Disneyland so every little bit helps.”
How far back do you collect commissions?
YourShare collects the fees and commissions generated across your financial products from the date we are registered as the broker on the account.
What is a trailing commission?
Trailing commissions are yearly commissions which are paid to the body that introduced you to your financial institutions or that you nominated. Typically this is your broker, financial adviser or fund supermarket. These payments can be made even when you have gone directly to the fund manager.
What does YourShare charge for this service?
It’s simple, you pay nothing upfront as we only take a service fee from the fees and commissions we collect on your behalf. You receive 50% of every dollar YourShare collects for you until your refund amount totals $295. Then you receive 100% of every dollar above that amount. So if YourShare reclaims $400 in fees and commissions, you receive $200. If YourShare reclaims $2,000 you will receive a yearly Cash-back equal to $1,705.
My super fund is not on your list?
It is likely that you are with a super fund that does not charge fees and commissions, such as an industry or corporate super fund, therefore YourShare is unable to collect these charges.