If you are an employer with an Employer Plan with ANZ Smart Choice Super for employers and their employees, you will be asked to enter an occupational category for your employees if they are being set up with an ANZ Smart Choice Super account. Occupational categories are used by ANZ to determine insurance eligibility and premiums so it’s important this is completed accurately. Remember, to make sure your employee’s occupational category is kept up to date for example, if they change jobs within your business.
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