Use this form if you want to withdraw some money from your Accumulation account.
Transfer your benefit to an Accumulation account if you are about to reach age 75 and hold a Defined Benefit account.
Cancel your QSuper insurance. This form replaces the Application to Cancel or Reduce Insurance form for Non-Queensland Government employees and the Application to Cancel or Reduce Insurance form for Queensland Government and related entity employees forms.
Open a QSuper Accumulation account for your spouse.
Apply for or change income protection insurance and/or death and total and permanent disability insurance. This form replaces the Application for Income Protection and/or Death and Total Permanent Disability (TPD) Insurance form for Non-Queensland Government employees and the Application for Death and Total and Permanent Disability Insurance form for Queensland Government employees.
Request your eligible employer to make your superannuation guarantee contributions into your QSuper Accumulation account.
Transfer other super accounts to QSuper. You must complete a separate form for each super account you wish to transfer.
Use this form to transfer your benefit to a QSuper Accumulation account or to make a cash withdrawal (if you have unrestricted non-preserved money available).
Use this form if the QSuper Board has determined that you are totally and permanently disabled and you want to transfer your benefit to a QSuper Accumulation account, make a cash withdrawal or receive a lifetime pension.
Use this form to withdraw unrestricted non-preserved money from your attached Accumulation account.
Use this form if you have stopped working for the Queensland Government and want to transfer your benefit to a QSuper Accumulation account.
Claim your Australian superannuation benefits, if you entered Australia on an eligible temporary resident visa but have now permanently departed.
Make a one-off voluntary contribution to your QSuper account.
If you have a Defined Benefit account you will need to give this form to your employer after you have left your job, or changed employment status, or started casual work so they can advise us of your salary and final contribution details.
Request information regarding a member's superannuation interest, under the Commonwealth Family Law Act 1975.
Use this form if you want to withdraw money from your Income account.
Confirm your identity with QSuper if your account has been deemed lost.
Explains your options in nominating who receives your superannuation benefit in the event of your death, and includes a Binding Death Benefit Nomination form.
Complete this form if you will be receiving a superannuation split amount from a QSuper member in relation to a family law matter.
Notify the Trustees of your intention to claim a tax deduction on your personal contribution.
Use this form to close your current Income account and restart a new Income account with additional funds. If you want to start a new Income account (in addition to your existing Income account) use the Open an Income Account form instead.
Complete this form if you are an Accumulation account member and wish to agree with your employer to nominate a lower salary for superannuation purposes that would result in a level of employer contributions equal to the concessional contributions cap.
Split all or part of your eligible contributions into your spouse's QSuper account from your Accumulation account.
Contribute money into your spouse's QSuper account.
Use this form to claim a benefit following your spouse's death.
Notify your pay office to vary your contributions. The form also details membership eligibility and conditions.
Use this form if you have stopped working for the Queensland Government.
Use this form if you have a preserved State or Police account.
Make a surcharge debt payment.
Use this form if you want to change the way your super is invested in your Accumulation account. You can also change your investments through Member Online.
Use this form if you want to change the way your funds are invested in your Income account or the investment options your payments are taken from. You can also make the switch through Member Online.
Provide QSuper with your tax file number.
Use this form if you have a terminal medical illness and want to apply to claim your benefit.
Use this form if you want to transfer some or all of your funds to another super fund.
Use this form to change the frequency and amount of income payments, provide new bank details or nominate a reversionary beneficiary.
Declare your eligibility to make non-concessional contributions to your super, if you're between 65 and 75.