Topic: News
Mature couple looking at laptop Income account minimum drawdown reduction extended to 30 June 2023

To provide retirees with more flexibility in the current financial environment, reductions to super minimum drawdown requirements have been extended.

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First home owners First home buyers may access up to $50,000 of super money

Eligible first home buyers will have access to up to $50,000 from 1 July 2022.

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Man wearing hi-vis overalls at the back of a garbage truck Administration fees you pay are reducing

From 1 July 2022, the administration fees you pay are reducing.

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Large solar power station, solar farm, renewable energy plant, aerial view How our investments are responding to change

See some of our investment changes from 1 July 2022.

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Sue QSuper student reading challenge: great prizes and companions for life

Students are being urged to name their favourite books in the QSuper Top 5 Book Challenge, part of the Premier’s Reading Challenge.

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QSuper Lifetime Pension wins Best Longevity Product banner QSuper Lifetime Pension wins Best Longevity product

QSuper Lifetime Pension named best product for retirees that truly caters for retirees’ needs

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Andy Sullivan Hospital super hero: Small procedures making the biggest impacts

An orthopaedic technician proves it’s often the little things that count when it comes to health care service.

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Firefighters Service and sacrifice: recognising Queensland emergency services finest

Read the stories of Queensland’s front-line emergency service workers recognised in this year’s Australia Day Achievement Awards, which we proudly support.

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working from home How to take a tax shortcut if you are working from home

The ATO has extended a shortcut for claiming a deduction for expenses this tax time if you’ve been working from home during COVID-19.

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How to protect yourself against financial abuse How to protect yourself against financial abuse

May is Domestic and Family Violence Prevention Month and an important time to consider the many forms DFV can take, including financial abuse. Here are five steps you can take to protect yourself.

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