Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to Accessing super.
If you have left your job and left behind a super fund with less than $200 in it, you can withdraw the cash if you don’t want to roll it into another fund.
If you are unable to ever work again due to physical or mental ill-health, you may be able to tap into your super no matter what your age.
If you are itching to retire but not sure if you can start drawing on your super, you need to understand which hoops you need to jump through and when.
If you are temporarily unable to work due to physical or mental ill-health issues, you may be able to access some of your super.
While super is designed to provide income in retirement, there are circumstances when you may be eligible to withdraw some or all of your savings.
You may be able to retire whenever you choose in Australia, but age matters if you want to tap into your super or apply for the Age Pension.
If you have ever wondered why your super fund breaks down your balance into preserved and two types of non-preserved amounts, this explainer is for you.
Retiring early due to poor health can have a real impact on your retirement plans and finances, so here’s 7 tips on what to consider.
On 22 March 2020 the federal government announced a temporary measure allowing individuals to access up to $10,000 of their superannuation in 2019/20 and a further $10,000 in 2020/21.
There are a series of hurdles you need to clear before you can access your super. The first is your age.
Retire at 60, grab your tax-free super and ride off into the distance. Sounds like a plan, but as with everything to do with super, the devil is in the detail.
You can access your super in Australia when you turn 65. It is the most straightforward condition of release. To apply for your super benefits you should contact your super fund.
Accessing super early due to severe financial hardship is possible under Australian law, provided that you meet strict eligibility conditions and your super fund allows it.
Learn the rules for accessing your super early on compassionate grounds, including for paying your mortgage if you are at risk of losing your home.
Question: I’m an Australian citizen and want to retire in Italy when I’m 52. Can I access my super because I don’t plan on working again in Australia?