Accessing your super
- You retire after reaching your preservation age (refer to the table below), or
- You cease employment on or after age 60, or
- You reach age 65, or
- You die, or
- You suffer permanent incapacity (as defined in the superannuation law), or
- You suffer severe financial hardship (you will need to satisfy the Trustee in relation to a number of criteria set down by law before any part of your preserved benefit can be released), or
- APRA approves the release of some or all of your benefits on compassionate grounds, or
- You are a temporary resident (apart from NZ citizens) on particular types of visa departing Australia permanently, or
- You leave employment and your total preserved benefit is less than $200, or
- You have an unrestricted non-preserved component of your benefit, or
- You leave employment and have a restricted non-preserved component of your benefit.
Date of Birth
You can also access you super via an account based pension or under special circumstances.
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