If you want to transfer some or all of your benefits from your Accumulation account to another complying super fund, you’ll need to fill out a Transfer to Another Super Fund form. There are some conditions that may apply, so have a read through the Accumulation Account Guide first.
If you have left Australia to permanently live in New Zealand, you may be eligible to transfer your QSuper Accumulation account to a fund in New Zealand.
If you have an Income account or a Defined Benefit, Parliamentary, State or Police account, you will need to convert your account to an Accumulation account before you can request a transfer to a KiwiSaver account. There are some conditions, so read the Transfer your super to New Zealand factsheet for all the details.
Of course, we’d prefer it if we could continue to look after your super for you, which is why we’ll take this opportunity to remind you of some of the benefits of QSuper.
These are just some of the reasons why over 550,000 members invest almost $65 billion in funds1 with us.
Getting the right advice can make a real difference to your lifestyle now, and set you up for a more comfortable future. So before you make a decision about transferring, you may want to seek personal financial advice.
As a QSuper member you can access advice about your QSuper account through QInvest3. Because we part fund the advice, you’ll only pay a small proportion of the total cost. Call QInvest for more information.
1. As at 30 June 2016.
2. As per SuperRatings Fundamentals report as at September 2012. SuperRatings does not issue, sell, guarantee or underwrite QSuper products. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance.
3. QInvest Limited (ABN 35 063 511 580 AFSL 238274) is ultimately owned by the QSuper Board (ABN 32 125 059 006 AFSL 489650) as trustee for QSuper (ABN 60 905 115 063). QInvest is a separate legal entity responsible for the financial services and credit services it provides. Advice fees apply.