After a lifetime of working to grow it, you’re probably quite familiar with your regular super account in Qantas Super.
While it’s served you well, you have a couple of options when it comes to what kind of account you want to invest your super in for your retirement.
If you choose to keep your nest egg in the super environment, you can either keep it in your regular super account or transfer it to an income account as a retirement member.
Let’s look at the differences between the two.
How your super is invested
Did you know your super can actually stay invested through your retirement, so it can keep earning for you?
However, there are a couple of different ways you can invest it, depending on whether you keep it in a super account or an income account.
How your super is taxed
How to make withdrawals
One of the best parts of retirement is, of course, enjoying the nest egg you worked so hard to grow. There are a few different ways you can tap into your super in retirement, depending on the account it’s in.