While superannuation is considered an important financial safety blanket for the future, it has been revealed that there is still a significant gap between males and females. According to Roy Morgan, men who hold a superannuation fund have an average balance of $158,100 in the year to June. However, women still trailed by close to 35 per cent, with the year average sitting at $101,900. It is important to note that the gap is closing. In 2005, the percentage gap was just under 45 per cent with this reducing by around 10 per cent in the last decade. Industry Communications Director at Roy . . .