Branch closure - Sydney, New South Wales only. Following the NSW Government’s announcement of stay-at-home restrictions, we've decided to temporarily close our Sydney CBD branch between Monday 28 June to Friday 27 August. We’ve made this decision to limit the potential risks to our customers and staff and to support the efforts to limit the spread of COVID-19 in the areas under stay-at-home restrictions. While the branch is closed, we’ll be able to help you over the phone on 132 888 Monday to Friday 8am-8pm and Saturday 9am – 2pm AEST. Thanks for your continued support during this difficult time. Please take care of yourself and others during this period. View details
Government regulations control when you can take out your super money. In most cases you must have reached preservation age (between 55 and 60, depending on your date of birth) before you can withdraw your funds.
The only way you can withdraw your super money before you reach preservation age is by transferring the funds to another complying super fund.
Yes, but we generally advise against it because you will have to pay two lots of fees. There are some cases where it could be beneficial, especially if you would like to retain your existing insurance cover inside an existing fund.