QSuper is currently experiencing a small delay in BPay transactions showing in the transaction history of members. Please be assured that all BPay transactions are processed effective the date received.
This form has now been replaced by the Transfer Your Defined Benefit to an Accumulation Account Form.
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.
This form has now been replaced by the Make a Withdrawal from an Accumulation Account Form.
Use this form if you have stopped working for the Queensland Government and want to transfer your benefit to a QSuper Accumulation account.
If you’re a temporary resident who’s left Australia permanently and want to access your Australian super, read this factsheet to find out what you need to do to make a claim.
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.
Complete this form to make a withdrawal from your Income account.
Want to withdraw money from your Accumulation account? Easy, just fill out this form or log into Member Online.
Use this form to claim a benefit following your spouse's death.
If you’ve left your job with an employer who is paying contributions into your State or Police account, use this form if you want to claim or transfer your benefit.
If you have a preserved State or Police account, you can use this form to make a cash withdrawal, transfer your benefit to an Accumulation or Income account, or to transfer to another complying super fund.
Use this form if you want to transfer some or all of your funds to another super fund.