Each year Australians pay billions of dollars in fees and commissions on a range of essential financial products. Typically these fees and commissions are paid to brokers, financial advisers and other intermediaries who introduce you to the products. Even when you purchase the product directly, you are still paying these fees as they are retained by the financial institution.
Put this money into your pocket. Become a YourShare member so that we can start accumulating the fees and commissions on your behalf.
There are 3 easy ways to claim your money each year with YourShare:
- Register your retail superannuation, pensions, investments and life insurances
- With YourShare as your broker, switch or renew your car, home and other general insurances
- Review the health of your home loan by completing our Home Loan Health Check. Find out just what you yearly Cash-back could when you take out a property loan with YourShare
Who is it for?
The yearly Cash-back service was developed for people like you. We help you identify the different ways you can increase the value of your yearly Cash-back and will guide you through the process.
What actually happens?
When you register with YourShare, we become your broker for existing financial products such as retail superannuation, pensions, investments and life insurances. In most cases, there will be no changes to your current arrangements. You will stop being charged entry fees and initial commissions, and you will receive a Cash-back cheque each year for your share of the fees and commissions we collect from your accounts.
For other products such as home loans and general insurance, YourShare will need to arrange the loans and policies in order for you to receive a yearly Cash-back.
From the date we are registered as your broker, YourShare starts accumulating the fees and commissions generated across your products. We are unable to collect fees and commissions from the past as this money has already been paid to the organisations, advisers and brokers who originally set up your accounts.