How do I find my super SA client ID?
You can find your Client ID on your Annual Statement. Tips for logging in for the first time can be found here. If you are a Lump Sum, Pension Scheme or SA Ambulance Scheme member, you can continue to log in using your Super ID. via
What is Triple S super?
Triple S is the super scheme for SA public sector employees since 1994. We're a member-based scheme which means we're here solely for the benefit of our members. You! Triple S members enjoy: Competitive administration fees. via
How do I transfer my super to my bank account?
To roll-over money from other superannuation funds into your account, download the Superannuation Savings Account Consolidation form and send it to your existing Super fund. You will need to complete a separate form for each fund you wish to transfer money from. via
What type of fund is super SA?
Super SA Income Stream. Parliamentary Superannuation Scheme. SA Ambulance Service Superannuation Scheme (SAAMB) any other super fund established by the SA Government for its employees. via
How much do I need in my super?
ASFA estimates that the lump sum needed at retirement to support a comfortable lifestyle is $640,000 for a couple and $545,000 for a single person. This assumes a partial Age Pension. via
How do I join Super SA?
How do join Super SA Select? Simply download the Super SA Select Product Disclosure Statement (PDS). Inside you'll find the application form as well as essential information about Super SA Select. Alternatively you can call our Member Services Centre on 1300 369 315 and we'll send you the PDS. via
How much super do I need to retire at 60?
ASFA estimates people who want a comfortable retirement need $640,000 for a couple, and $545,000 for a single person when they leave work, assuming they also receive a partial age pension from the federal government. For people who are happy to have a modest lifestyle, this figure is $70,000. via
How long does Super last?
Set a budget. Prepare a budget for your retirement to make sure you don't spend too much too soon. Australians are living longer than ever before, so depending on when you retire, you could rely on your super savings for up to 20 years. via
Can you cash out superannuation?
If your super balance is less than $1,000 you can withdraw up to your remaining balance after tax. You can only make one withdrawal in any 12-month period. There are no special tax rates for a super withdrawal because of severe financial hardship. It is paid and taxed as a normal super lump sum. via
Can I withdraw money from Australian super?
To request a payment from your super or to transfer your account to another fund: Go to australiansuper.com and log into your online account • Choose 'Make a withdrawal from my super account'. via
Can anyone join Super SA?
Anyone who has been a member of a SA public sector super scheme in the last 12 months can invest in the Super SA Flexible Rollover Product and you only need $1,500 to get started. An Application to Purchase can be found at the back of the Super SA Flexible Rollover Product - Product Disclosure Statement. via
Can any employer pay into Super SA?
You will need to complete a form, and submit it to Super SA. You can make after-tax member contributions while on LWOP but you're not entitled to any employer contributions. via
Who can contribute to Super SA?
you're under age 67 or. you're over age 67 and under age 75 and work at least 40 hours in 30 consecutive days during the financial year; or. you were gainfully employed in the previous financial year, are not gainfully employed in the current financial year and your 'Total Super Balance' is less than $300,000. via