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This guide provides detailed information about the Accumulation account.
This guide tells you all the information you need to know about accessing your super early on compassionate grounds.
If you’re making a death benefit claim and need some help or more information, this guide has everything you need to know.
The provisions in this guide apply only to members who joined the Defined Benefit account before 12 November 2008.
Designed to help you to understand the services you will receive from the QSuper Board and QInvest Limited.
If you want to make a claim for an income protection benefit, this guide tells you everything you need to know.
This guide explains how you can use the account to provide you with a regular income as you transition or move into retirement.
This guide explains Accumulation account insurance.
This guide explains your investment choices with QSuper.
The Permanent Disability Guide tells you everything you need to know about making a claim for a permanent disability benefit if you’re unable to work due to illness or injury.
Find all the info you need about contributing to your Accumulation account.
This guide applies to members who hold a Police account (closed to new members on 1 January 1993) and provides you with information on how the account works, the retirement benefits you get, your insurance entitlements, and what happens when you leave the account.
This guide contains detailed information about direct investments in term deposits, shares listed on the S&P/ASX 300, exchange traded funds (ETFs), the risks of investing, investment timeframes and the fees applicable when investing in the QSuper Self Invest option (Self Invest).
This guide applies to members who hold a State account (closed to new members on 1 January 1991) and provides you with information on how the account works, the retirement benefits you get, your insurance entitlements, and what happens when you leave the account.
Read this guide for info on the superannuation surcharge and the options you have to manage your surcharge debt.