If you have a terminal illness, you can use this form to apply to claim your super and insurance benefit.
It’s super easy to get your super together in the one place. We’ll show you how.
Read this factsheet if you’re thinking of splitting your super contributions with your spouse and you want info on how to do it.
Find out what income you may receive if you claim an ill-health pension.
How you may be able to access your super early due to severe financial hardship.
Read this factsheet to understand how super is treated in a financial settlement.
If you have a State Account and you’re unable to work because of illness or injury, read this factsheet to find out more about income protection and how to make a claim.
If you are a Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) employee and you have OnePath cover with your Accumulation account you can find out more about your insurance options and use this form to transfer to QSuper’s standard insurance offer.
This factsheet covers everything you need to know about your super when you’re leaving your employment.
If you haven’t heard from us for a while, it may be because we think you’re a lost member. Use this form to update your contact details and we’ll be able to get back in touch with you.
Information about open fund and what it means for members
Want to know how you can prove your identity? Read this factsheet for details.
Read this factsheet to find out what payments you may be entitled to and the options for your super if you’re receiving or considering a redundancy.
If you want to access personal info held by QSuper, this factsheet explains what you need to do.
Explains what happens to your Defined Benefit account when you resign or retire from your job.
This factsheet explains what happens to your State account if you’re under 55 and have been retrenched, and the options available to you.
QSuper Self Invest will allow you to get hands on with your super by giving you the opportunity to invest directly in the S&P/ASX 300 and a range of exchange traded funds (ETFs).
Term deposits have long been popular with Australian investors looking for security and certainty. With Self Invest, QSuper offers our members the opportunity to invest a portion of their super in a range of term deposits from some of Australia’s leading banks.
Read this factsheet to find out what happens with your State account after 42.5 years of service or once you turn 65.
This factsheet explains everything you need to know about claiming a permanent disability benefit if you have a State or Police account.
If you have a State or Police account and you’re under 55 when you resign from your job, read this factsheet to find out what your options are.
This factsheet explains everything you need to know about about your State or Police preserved account.
If you’re eligible to, you may receive a co-contribution from the Government. This factsheet explains eligibility and the co-contribution amounts.
This factsheet can help you understand what tax you’ll pay on your super.
Read this factsheet to find out more about transferring overseas pension funds to your QSuper account.
This factsheet has all the info you need about the Queensland Government’s Voluntary Medical Retirement.
Want to understand how money in this option is invested?
Information on the benefits of being a QSuper member for Non-Queensland Government employees.
Information on the benefits of being a QSuper member for Queensland Government employees.