There are at least 5 different types of death benefit nomination to choose from if you want to decide who will get your super death benefit.
Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to Super death benefits.
Having your super pension automatically revert to your spouse can be an easy way to ensure your spouse’s financial situation is taken care after your death.
The tax on your super death benefit can be tricky to understand, but it’s important to know what’s what so your beneficiaries don’t end up paying too much tax.
How to deal with a partner’s death benefits has just become more complicated. We use a case study to show why.
Making decisions about money at an emotionally difficult time can be challenging. Putting in place strategies when you are both fit and well can help in the future. We look at three different scenarios that can help save you money and may reduce tax liability.
An anti-detriment payment is an additional lump sum amount paid to the eligible dependant of a super fund member who dies (in addition to a lump sum death benefit that is paid to the dependant on the super fund member’s death).