Withdraw my super

Super is to provide you with an income in retirement and is a long-term investment

Government restrictions mean most people can only access their super when they retire. See the Can you access your super factsheet to learn more.

Sometimes the unexpected happens and you might need your super on compassionate grounds or because of severe financial hardship.

From age 55, you can also access some of your super while you're working with a transition to retirement strategy. This strategy may help you grow your super and reduce your income tax or work less hours.

If you're a temporary resident, permanently leaving Australia, you will also be able to access your super. You have six months to claim your super from us. If you don't we'll transfer your benefit to the Australian Tax Office (ATO).

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Retirement income

Once you retire, a Choice Income account will give you a regular income to live on.