While superannuation insurances act as a safety net during unforeseen circumstances, many Aussies are unaware that certain medical conditions, like Graves’ disease, can qualify them to claim for Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) insurance claims within their superannuation payments. This blog post explains how Graves’ disease can qualify as a disability for TPD superannuation claims, […]
TPD Insurance is included in most Australian superannuation policies. It’s known as Total and Permanent Disability insurance and also Total and Permanent Disablement insurance.
If you are force out of work due to illness or injury, it’s time to check if you are entitled to claim TPD insurance from your super.
A free call with a Super Claims Assist new claims specialist can help you check if you have a claim. We can also explain the process to receive your benefit.
Can Super Claims Assist unleash the potential of TPD insurance in your situation? We empower Australians by unpacking TPD insurance claims.
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.
In Australia, there are several types of insurance policies that can help protect workers in case of illness, injury, or death. Two of the most important types of insurance policies for workers specifically in Queensland are WorkCover and Total and Permanent Disability (TPD) insurance. While these policies have some similarities, they are designed to provide
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What are the differences between Centrelink disability and TPD insurance? While both are benefits that help out of work Australians, they are tested differently and can give different amounts of financial support. Each month you work, your superfund takes money from your retirement savings to pay for your TPD insurance. Since you are paying directly