#1 fund for weathering market ups and downs3
SuperRatings' Pension of the Year three years in a row4
Personalise your QSuper Income account to meet your needs
Make the most out of your retirement by learning about some of the ways you can manage your QSuper Income account.
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
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.
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
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)
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.
Our Income account has won a number of awards, including SuperRatings' Pension of the Year and Chant West Pension Fund of the Year.
Deciding what is best for you will depend on your personal circumstances, and you may want to seek personal financial advice to get the most from your superannuation.