When we first are signed up to superannuation, unless you already had a provider – your employer would have opened this on your behalf with the same provider they use as a business. It may have been at your first job in your teens, when you probably didn’t look too much into insurance in superannuation.
Superannuation is the main way Australians save for retirement. It’s a long-term investment that you contribute to while you work. This investment is managed by a superannuation fund.
Super Claims Assist has shared these blog articles to help Australians learn about the parts of superannuation that too many miss out on.
What is a beneficiary and why are they important? In Queensland, a beneficiary of a Will is a person or entity named in the Will to receive all or a portion of the deceased person’s assets. These assets may include property, money, and other personal possessions. The importance of identifying beneficiaries in a Will is
Starting the process to claim death insurance is something no one ever wishes to do in their life. After the loss of a loved one, it can be hard to participate in discussions around their finances. This is however, an extremely important step to ensure you get the money your loved one wanted passed on
What you need to know first Are you looking to close your super fund account to switch to another? Before you switch funds there are a few risks that you should consider, including a gap in insurance cover and restriction of cover for pre-existing injuries. Read on as we unpack the hidden risks of switching