Superannuation benefits are designed to be preserved for your retirement, and super benefits in Australia can be broadly classified as being either preserved or non-preserved. Preserved benefits include all contributions made by you (or on your behalf, such as the employer superannuation guarantee) since 30 June 1999, ... Read more
Restricted non-preserved benefits
Restricted non-preserved benefits include any employment-related contributions a person may have made before 1 July 1999, excluding employer contributions. People with restricted non-preserved benefits can’t access them until the employment arrangement they relate to has been terminated.
Set out below are all SuperGuide articles that relate to Restricted non-preserved benefits.