Make the most out of your retirement by learning about some of the ways you can manage your QSuper Income account.

  • Change your income payments

    Your Income account is designed to be flexible, so you can choose from fortnightly, monthly, quarterly, half-yearly, or annual payments.

    Keep in mind that minimum and maximum annual payment amounts could apply depending on your account type, age, and balance.1

    Change income payments


  • Change your investment options

    Whether you want us to manage your investments, or you want to select your own investment strategy, we offer a wide range of options to choose from.

    You can change your investment strategy and choose which investment options you want your payments to come from through Member Online.

    Switch investments


  • Make a contribution

    While you can't make contributions to an Income account once it has been opened, you can close your current Income account and restart a new Income account with additional funds.2

    To do this, complete a Restart an Income account with more money (pdf) form. Alternatively, you may be able to make contributions to an Accumulation account.

    More about Accumulation accounts


  • Make a withdrawal

    You can make lump sum withdrawals from your Retirement Income account whenever you want to.3 To do this, send us a completed Make a Withdrawal from an Income Account (pdf) form.

    Generally, you cannot make lump sum withdrawals if you have a Transition to Retirement Income account.

    Download form (pdf)


  • Decide who gets your super when you die

    Your super does not automatically form part of your estate, even if you have an up-to-date Will.

    To help you take control of who receives your money if you die, you can nominate a reversionary beneficiary or make a binding death benefit nomination.

    Update your nomination

Find out more about your Retirement Income account or Transition to Retirement Income account.